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Galileo Prize Sweden

Rewards 2020

Cash prize

The winner will receive a EUR 3,000 cash prize

team meeting

Concept validation

A test panel with business and private users and evaluation experts relevant for the application in question will be provided for a period of two weeks. An evaluation report valued up to EUR 4,000 will be provided


Expert advice

25 hours of advice provided by experts of visualisation and ICT development and access to the Visualisation Center C in Norrköping, Sweden, for two half-days, with a total value of at least EUR 4,000


Business advice

Provided by experienced and successful entrepreneurs in the imaging sector through three independent lunches complemented by in-depth individual meetings, with a total value of EUR 2,000


Marketing support

Hands-on help with external communication and marketing as graphic design support, social media strategy and guidance for how to reach the most common media channels, value of EUR 3,000

Travel on Airplane

Awards Ceremony

Two persons from the winning team will benefit from a free trip to the 2020 Awards Ceremony (max. amount EUR 1,000)

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

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Large community

Benefit from Visual Sweden’s community with 100+ innovative companies and organisations

Regional strength communities

like “Secure Internet of Things” and Europe’s most attractive environment for visualisation and image analysis innovation


to Visualization Center C and other advanced lab resources and public arenas


to participate in supplementary Visual Sweden projects with additional funding/benefits


Visual Sweden

Anders Carlsson

Main area of expertise: Process manager


Description of the 2020 Organiser

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Visual Sweden

Visual Sweden is an initiative based in Östergötland, Sweden, oriented at promoting innovation and regional growth within the visualisation and image analysis fields. Central stakeholders are Linköping University, Region Östergötland, Linköping and Norrköping municipalities. Long-term funding is provided by Vinnova, Sweden’s innovation authority.

The core of Visual Sweden consists of 70 small and large-sized companies developing solutions based on visualisation and/or image analysis. Many of the companies are spinoffs from the advanced research environments in the region, such as the Visualization Center C, the centre for medical image science visualisation and the computer vision laboratory.

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