All news on the competition and its partners, as well as success stories from finalists and winners are regularly published on our Blog – AZO space of Innovation.
GeoConnexion International and GeoConnexion UK bring you the latest news and stories plus reports from geotechnology industries in UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America and Asia.
Coverage of topics such as 3D Visualisation, Remote Sensing, LiDAR, Cloud, Mobile Mapping, Navigation with emphases on healthcare, public safety, retail, the environment, utilities, surveying, LBS, transport/ logistics, telecommunications and more.
Our media kit includes information texts on the competition in various lengths, comprising press releases, as well as logos and images for promotion activities for the competition. You are welcome to download the material for further distribution among your community.
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Each year, we publish a remarkable results brochure including descriptions of all awarded innovations, statistics, voices from our partners, and the expert jury. Discover the vast variety of the competition’s insights.
We regularly bring together our innovation network at numerous exciting events all across Europe. Discover what our community events are like.
Awards Ceremony 2017 in line with the European Space Week in Tallinn, Estonia
© AZO – Photographer Pablo Garrigós
2017 International Kick-off in Brussels, Belgium
Awards Ceremony and Satellite Masters Conference 2016 in Madrid, Spain
Watch video recordings from our kick-off events and the Awards Ceremonies as well as trailers and video tutorials in our ESNC playlist.
Video message by Philippe Brunet, Director Space Policy, Copernicus and Defence DG Grow, European Commission, explained how the innovation competitions represent the golden gates of Europe’s startup programme and how they boost the User Uptake of Copernicus and Galileo.