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Galileo Prize Galicia / Spain

Rewards 2020

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Incubation

12-month incubation programme with equipped office for the winner and access to equipment and facilities such as meeting rooms, training rooms, auditorium, etc. in the Aerospace Technology Building

Office

Personalised support

The winner will receive personalised services in those areas in which he needs support (financing, intellectual property, business development, etc.) as well as technical assistance, evaluation and training. In each case, the professional that best suits the needs of the project will be hired.

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Experts & Public funding

Access to experts and public funding or venture capital

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Awards Ceremony

The winne rwill benefit from a free trip to the 2020 Awards Ceremony

Extra EUR 10,000 Cash Prize if your concept gets selected as Galileo Masters 2020 Overall Winner
Additional Prize
Chance to win one of six tailored Galileo Incubation prizes worth up to EUR 62,000 each
Additional Prize

Galileo Prize Partner Benefits

Galicia

Access

to economic and entrepreneurial guidance, events, and reports.

Innovative startup ecosystem

The Consortium, with the Xunta de Galicia, is the promoter of one of the most important accelerators in Spain, Viagalicia. It also promotes other vertical accelerators such as internationalisation and horizontal accelerators such as the automotive sector.

National hub

for automotive technological industries. Based in Vigo, the Galician Automotive Cluster Foundation (CEAGA) promotes high-impact cooperative projects to improve the competitiveness of the Galician automotive industry.

Aerospace and aeronautical sector

in full growth. In Galicia, this sector is experiencing a recent boom as a result of the diversification of activity among auxiliary companies, mainly in the automotive, naval and machinery sectors.

Contact

University of Vigo

Francisco J. Diaz Otero

Main area of expertise: Telecommunications, photonics

  • +34 986 818 671
Francisco J. Diaz Otero

Partners

Description of the 2020 Organiser

Vigo Free Trade Zone Consortium

The Vigo Free Trade Consortium is a public institution that has been working to encourage international trade and economic development in Galicia since 1947. From its logistical headquarters in the port of Vigo, the consortium oversees a free trade zone and all of the import and export advantages it affords. As an economic development agency, the consortium not only serves as the main developer of business parks in its area of influence, but also provides companies with a full range of services, including financing through the venture capital company Vigo Activo; entrepreneurial support (seed funding) through business initiative centres and the University of Vigo; and financial information required for decision-making through the Ardan business information service. Some 350 companies currently occupy the various parks developed by the consortium. In 2010, the network of parks in Vigo’s free trade zone generated 26.57% of the total wealth of the Vigo Metropolitan Area and 25.56% of all employment in the region. The consortium is currently involved in extending the nearly five million square metres of land in the zone and managing seven business parks in and around Vigo.

Description of the 2020 Partners

University of Vigo

Over the years, the University of Vigo has established itself as a standard of modernity and innovation in Galicia. Its three campuses in Ourense, Pontevedra, and Vigo offer degree programmes in the fields of science, the humanities, technology, and socio-legal studies. These are distributed across nearly 30 centres, where research groups also carry out R&D activities. A network of the institution’s own centres rounds off the University of Vigo’s research infrastructure, which came in 15th in a ranking of Spanish universities based on scientific production. As a modern, audacious, and diverse entity that works in favour of gender equality, the University of Vigo‘s principal assets are its people, a firm commitment to comprehensive training and promoting egalitarian values, and the vocations we place at the service of our society.

Campus do Mar

Campus do Mar is a project spearheaded by the University of Vigo and promoted by the three Galician universities, the Spanish Council of Scientific Research (CSIC) and the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO). It therefore brings together socio-economic entities and marine researchers from the Galicia-Northern Portugal region of Europe in order to harness the greatest potential possible and optimise available resources. By energising a cross-border network comprised of research, teaching, and technology transfer units, Campus do Mar seeks to develop the best professionals and researchers in the various economic and social aspects of marine science. In doing so, it produces quality research that affects the entire world and provides the industry with the best tools for competing at a global level.

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atlanTTIC research center

AtlanTTIC (the Atlantic Research Centre for Information and Communications Technologies) was created within the Telecommunication Engineering School at the University of Vigo (Spain). The broad experience of its researchers covers a wide range of research areas in the ICT sector, such as digital communications, wireless networks, satellite communications, remote sensing, signal processing, bioengineering, and many others. AtlanTTIC is also involved in several national and European R&D projects and industry contracts, which is producing an interesting combination of scientific excellence and a capacity for technology transfer to the market.

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