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The ADMIRALTY Marine Innovation Programme helps innovators and start-ups to develop new solutions that support safe, secure and thriving oceans.

For this challenge they are looking for participants to identify, trial and prove how navigational data can be used to support the safe navigation of Marine Autonomous Surface Ships.

Each entrant will have access to world leading ADMIRALTY data and expertise, with winners receiving prizes worth 175,000 and an opportunity to launch their product in a sector estimated to be worth 111bn by 2030.

Why participate?

* As an participant, you will be given the opportunity to work closely with the UK Hydrographic Office to develop your solution for a sector that's estimated to be worth 111bn by 2030

* To develop your product concept, you will be given access to world-leading navigation products and data, as well as wide-ranging expertise from UKHO teams

* The winner will receive prizes estimated to be worth 175,000, including hands-on support and marine geospatial information, in addition to a seat at the IoT Tribe Space Endeavour Accelerator to further develop technologies using satellite-derived data

Applications are required by 7th October 2020.

For more information and to submit your application please visit:

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Posted 2020-09-23 11:05:53

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