4th place official ESNC Label that indicates you as a finalist of the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016

We just got the news that we are in the 4th place of the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016. Its a bit disappointing because when I was with Linguistadores we won but its still good since 400 ideas were sent in.

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On 25 October, the GNSS community met in Madrid at the festive Awards Ceremony to celebrate this year’s most outstanding commercial space applications based on satellite navigation. Have a look at this year’s results here and impressions from the Awards here.

We are very happy to let you know that you made the 4th place in the Netherlands Challenge with your idea “Starsigner “Look up, make your mark in the universe” out of remarkable number of more than 400 submissions that we received from more than 40 different countries. It proofs that your idea is worth to be honoured and we sincerely congratulate on this success! We therefore would like to provide you with an official ESNC Label that indicates you as a finalist of the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016. You are very welcome to use it for your own marketing purposes. 

I would like to encourage you to keep on working on your idea. I wish you all the best for your project and would be delighted to welcome you again to the ESNC 2017. It would also be great if you could keep us posted about the development of your idea. We are involved in several events all over Europe such as the European Space Solutions as well as with the European Commission who are always keen on good examples and success stories how to use satellite navigation. And we are, of course, always pleased to support our participants.

Success and all the best for the future!

Best regards from the ESNC team,

Now I just hope my other proposal does better in the Impact City competition. Fingers Crossed, wish me luck 😉

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