Galileo 100 Masters

Get inspired by the magnificient GNSS innovations submitted to recent and previous Galileo Masters Special Prizes. Meet young entrepreneurs and their visionary business cases using Galileo satellite data in a variety of appplication fields.

Europe's Top 100 GNSS Innovations tackling Global Issues

Galileo Masters Special Prize and EGNSS Accelerator Bootcamp Winners

Innovative GNSS solutions and Business Cases in many Application Fields

Success Stories of Award Winning Services and Applications

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Code Blue – Life-Saving, Affordable, Simple to Use

2017 BMVI Challenge Winner

Code Blue is an automated, affordable, and reliable CPR/AED stretcher equipped with GNSS/GSM/GPRS that saves lives if used within the first five minutes of a medical emergency.

Galileo Masters Winner BMVI 2018 - Code Blue

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Citizen First Aid – Civic Behaviour Helping People in Distress

2012 ESA Challenge Winner

Healthcare, accidents, and security are global issues. Citizen First Aid is a mobile app that allows fast handling of emergencies and better support of people in distress, victims of medical problems or aggression, or others requiring urgent help. Much of the population has access to smartphones with geolocation tools that could be harnessed to tackle these problems.professional touring guides. It integrates mobility, locality, touring, and Web 2.0.

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CITITOUR – Connect I To Ideal TOUR

2008 ITRI Challenge Winner

CITITOUR is an excellent tool for backpackers and other tourists, group tours, and professional touring guides. It integrates mobility, locality, touring, and Web 2.0.

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CENTRIP – ChildrEN TRIp Protector

2017 GSA Safety&Security Challenge Winner
2017 EGNSS Bootcamp Winner

For many European countries, security is an important topic nowadays. The market needs a solution that can help ensure the wellbeing of children – which is where CENTRIP comes into play.

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Cardiac Power Monitoring (CPM)

2010 Living Lab Prize Heal Winner

Self-determined physical activity at every age is one of the primary keys to achieving and maintaining overall physical and mental health. It minimises cardiovascular risk, which in spite of the highest standards of medicine is the main cause of mortality in industrial societies.

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CANARD – Calibration of Air Navigation Safety Beacons with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

2016 UAV Challenge Winner

Safety is the number-one priority for the air transportation industry, which is the second largest industry sector in the world in regards to revenues after oil and gas. Airports spend billions on safety worldwide, including on safety beacons (called navigational aids) that help pilots land safely.

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Blubel – SatNav in a Connected Bicycle Bell

2016 ESA Challenge Winner

Blubel is a smart bicycle bell that guides cyclists simply and intuitively using a mix of sounds and lights. Cyclists no longer have to worry about getting lost or distracted on busy roads or having to pull out their phone while cycling.

10

Augmented Crane Navigation System (ACNS)

2016 DLR Challenge Winner

Augmented Crane Navigation System (ACNS) is designed to increase efficiency and safety in tower crane operations. Modern tower cranes can be more than 200 metres tall and operate in very complicated and complex environments.

9

ATTracT – Autism Trigger, Tracking and Trace

2016 BELS Challenge Winner

Every year, approximately 9,000 children in Malaysia are born with autism. Children with autism face challenges in terms of their communication skill, tendency to wander, and lack of safety awareness. The main idea of ATTracT is to develop a system that uses GNSS-enabled devices tailored to the needs of autistic children who have a propensity to wander. Parents will be provided with a system they can use on their mobile phones to track and monitor their children in real-time.

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Attestis – No More Late Objections to New Buildings

2017 ESA Challenge & E-GNSS Bootcamp Winner

Attestis is a startup company that is using Galileo to develop digital proof services for the construction industry. Attestis targets building project owners (including consumers and businesses), which represent a market of more than 2 million construction projects every year.

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ATMOSPHERE Collaborative Network: An Aeronautical GMES Service

2009 GMES private application Challenge winner

The project is to develop an airborne collaborative network for real-time exchange of atmospheric conditions. Complementing space and ground observation systems, the airborne network will significantly contribute to Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) objectives. It will provide a unique observation capability for local conditions in the atmosphere, including wind, temperature, humidity, and also pilot’s reports on weather hazards. On the ground, the data will be distributed to meteorological agencies, airlines, airports, and scientific research agencies. Improved weather forecasting and aviation-specific products will become feasible. The data will also be used for “now-cast” applications, such as noise reduction at airports. Furthermore the collaborative exchange of data between aircraft is an efficient means to improve flight safety.

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Parking? Let ampido Find the Next Free Parking Space

2013 Living Lab Prize Winner

ampido is the first German parking lot finder that enables owners of driveways, garages, or parking lots to rent out their spaces on a flexible short-term (instant booking) or long-term basis. Using the app or the responsive mobile website, users can find the next free parking space in a few seconds and pay easily online.

5

Cooperative Road Damage Evasion Application

2011 ITRI Challenge Winner

A novel safety application that enables a vehicle to locally circumnavigate road damage (e.g. potholes) detected by other vehicles.

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Agrista – an online technology platform that minimises the risk of funding agricultural projects

2010 T-Systems Challenge Winner

Agrista aims to reduce the risk of funding agricultural projects and thereby make more funds available to farmers, especially in emerging markets.

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Acrai - Non-Chemical Weed Removal for Agriculture

2018 Bavaria Regional Challenge Winner

Acrai’s vision is to make agriculture more sustainable and efficient. It builds autonomous robots for the detection, localisation, and automatic removal of plants, the initial aim of which is to replace the use of chemical weed killers.
Galieo Masters Winner Label - 2018 Bavaria Regional Challenge
Galileo Masters Winner Bavaria / Germany 2018 - ACRAI

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Access ON

2012 University Challenge Winner

Have you ever dreamt of living in an equal society? Are you willing to spend two minutes to make a change? If you answered “yes” to these two questions, Access ON is for you.

University Challenge 2012 Winner
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3SOUND Navigation: Track Navigation Solution Based on GNSS nd 3D Acoustically Augmented Reality

2012 GSA Special Prize Winner

3SOUND is a personal navigation solution that integrates acoustic binaural technologies (3D sounds) and GNSS technologies to guide people along a predefined track.

2012 GSA Special Prize Winner
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Beyond 100 Masters

Over the past years of the Galileo Masters Competition, many novel solutions using Galileo satellite data have been submitted and awarded. The Galileo 100 Masters can only represent a selection of the numerous services, applications and business cases in GNSS and EGNOS.

Browse through the Galileo Masters Hall of Fame to discover further innovations of visionary entrepreneurs.

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