The most relevant and future oriented GNSS Stakeholders united in the Galileo Masters.

Galileo Masters Partners

Our Galileo Masters partners are committed to supporting the integration of space-based innovation and entrepreneurship for the benefit of the European economy and its citizens. They play a key role in stimulating the development of the European Space innovation eco-system, most prominently by offering outstanding technological expertise and business know-how to the best cases, coming out of the competition. The Galileo Masters partners are the precious backbone of the Galileo Masters.

Galileo Masters Challenge Partners 2021

The close cooperation with the competitions’ challenge partners has always been the core value for our participants, stimulating the technical and business development of their high-tech products and services. This year’s Galileo Masters Challenge Partners offer topic-specific challenges addressing current global issues such as climate change, environmental degradation, health, cyber security & safety using Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) information, as well as Galileo PRS time signal.

Discover the 2021 Galileo Masters Challenge Partners now!

Galileo Prize Partners

powered by EC

The Galileo Prizes powered by the European Commission (COM) enrich the Galileo Masters with further rewards and allow for widening the offered support across Europe. With the specific country and/or regional involvement, participants can benefit from the support of their preferred country or region.

Check out the 2021 Galileo Prize Partners below:

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Czech Republic
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Madrid / Spain
The Netherlands
The Netherlands
United Kingdom

Galileo Masters Regional Associates 2021

Since 2020, the Galileo Masters has also been supported by Regional Associates from all over the world. They serve as communication ambassadors for the competition, spreading the word across geographies and bringing the flavor of the biggest innovation network for Satellite Navigation to their local networks.

Meet the 2021 Regional Associates below:





UDINUS Spacelab

(Universitas Dian Nuswantoro)












South Africa





Become a Galileo Masters Partner

The Galileo Masters has been scouting for the most forward-thinking applications based on satellite navigation since 2004.

Get involved and become part of the biggest global innovation network for Satellite Navigation.

Your benefits:

Discover innovative solutions addressing certain GNSS-specific topics

Leverage your technology with pioneering satellite navigation applications

Position your business using the Galileo Masters visibility and communication activities

Profit from cross-industry synergies and enhanced international collaboration

Meet forward-thinking business partners from renowned space stakeholders

Obtain extensive promotion within the worldwide space community

Get access to a unique international network of innovation and expertise

Expand your (local) innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem

Become a Galileo Masters Challenge Partner

As a Challenge Partner, you have the possibility to address a specific challenge to the participants. This gives you access to innovations for new products and services while reducing your risk, cost and your products’ time to market. You still manage and assess your innovation process, but solutions or services can come from external as well as your internal sources. Additionally, you benefit from another great source of potential: Technology transfer as an intersectoral transfer of expertise.

Just get in touch with us at to receive further details.

Become a Galileo Prize Partner

As a Galileo Prize Partner, you don’t offer a specific challenge but instead interesting and attention-grabbing prizes to attract participants.

Since each participant of the Galileo Masters can choose a Galileo Prize Partner that would best support his/her business case, you have the possibility to attract innovative entrepreneurs with e.g. a cash prize, a coaching or mentoring program, marketing activities – and much more.

For further information in becoming a Galileo Prize Partner, please contact

Galileo Regional Associate

Galileo Masters Regional Associates support the competition promoting its benefits worldwide to potential participants without organizing their own challenge or offering a prize. They get access to the competition and are listed as partners in the competition’s marketing material.

Contact us today if you are interested.

Become a part of the Space Future

The European Commission supports the Galileo Masters and Copernicus Masters, the two major innovation competitions for Satellite Navigation and Earth observation.

Galileo Masters Experts

Since 2004, the Galileo Masters has grown into an exceptional international network of space innovation and expertise. More than 200 international SPACE-alists from the realms of industry, research and politics contribute to this huge knowledge pool. Their most important task is to evaluate submissions and detect new key future technology trends. These experts – who represent various sectors such as ICT, aerospace, transport & logistics, automotive, consulting, media, and patenting – provide valuable advice to entrepreneurs and may also be current or future customers.

Become an Expert of the Leading Satellite Navigation Network

You are interested in sharing your expertise with the Galileo Masters network and would like to be the first to discover the latest technology trends and pioneering entrepreneurs? The Galileo Masters team will be pleased to discuss the best opportunities of involvement with you!


Just get in touch with us! We are happy to help you to position your individual business opportunity within the satellite navigation ecosystem.

Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO)

Ines Kühnert
Head of Galileo & Copernicus Competitions
+49 8153 29800-19

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Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO)

Ines Kühnert
Head of Galileo & Copernicus Competitions
+49 8153 29800-19