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Galileo Prize Greece

Rewards 2020

Cash prize

The winner receives a cash prize of EUR 1,500


Business Development

16 hours of business development support services provided by the Praxi Network

Young students using a 3D printer

Technical Support

8 hours of technical support from the Technical University of Crete, SenseLab Research


Research Support

Partnership in a joint research proposal for EU or national funding


Technical & Business support

10 hours of technical & business coaching from Sense PC

Travel on Airplane

Awards Ceremony

The winner will benefit from a free trip to the Awards Ceremony 2020 (max. EUR 600)

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


funding opportunities

Abundance of funding opportunities and high-level engineers

next-generation ideas

Seeking of next-generation ideas in the space sector

Experienced team

Experienced team expanding knowledge, pursuing excellence and benefiting society through research and education


Technical University of Crete

Prof. Panagiotis Partsinevelos

Main area of expertise: UAVs, Remote Sensing, GIS

University of Crete - Prof Panagiotis Partsinevelos


Description of the 2020 Organiser

Technical University of Crete

Technical University of Crete, SenseLab

The Technical University of Crete (TUC) is a dynamic engineering university with a clear mission to expand knowledge, pursue excellence and benefit society through research and education.

SenseLab is a distinguished interdisciplinary research laboratory in space informatics, developing novel and disruptive solutions for unmanned aerial systems (UAS), Earth observation and GIS from an IT, computational perspective. SenseLab, as one of the top UAS research labs in the EU, has been continuously advising drone-related entities around the world and is paving the way for their future development including the Internet of Drones, autonomous mapping and navigation, collaboration with satellite remote sensing, custom AI solutions, etc.

Description of the 2020 Partner

PRAXI Network

PRAXI Network

The PRAXI Network is the National Contact Point for Space in Greece, a member of the COSMOS2020 network, a Copernicus Relay and the coordinator of the Enterprise Europe Network Hellas.

The PRAXI Network’s mission is to make Greek enterprises and research organisations more competitive via the linking of research and industry, the promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship as well as transnational cooperation.

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European Commission (EC)

All Galileo Prizes are co-funded by the European Commission’s DG Defence, Industry and Space to foster the market uptake of EU Space data.


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