The Africa Earth Observation (AEO) Challenge for African Innovators.

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Application Deadline: September 30, 2022

The Africa Earth Observation (AEO) Challenge is an annual open innovation challenge aimed at sourcing novel space technologies since 2016. This challenge seeks to drive entrepreneurial activity in the African space industry and promote awareness of the value of earth observation data across the continent and in multiple sectors such as water and food security, mining, logistics, insurance, and many more.

Earth observation gathers information about the planet’s physical, chemical, and biological systems via remote-sensing technologies. This information can then be used to monitor changes in natural and artificial environments.

Benefits

CASH PRIZES

For the first time the Africa Earth Observation challenge will be awarding cash prizes to finalists.

INCUBATION & MENTORSHIP

4-month online incubation and virtual mentorship.

MEDIA PUBLICITY

Challenge finalists will have the opportunity to feature in interviews and editorials by Challenge Media Partner Africa.com

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Technical support will be available to the Challenge participants from the leading EOD specialising organisations.

Application Process:


1. SEARCH PROCESS:

African innovators & entrepreneurs invited to submit novel business ideas.

2. ENTREPRENEUR SUPPORT:

Finalists enter 2-week business development support programme to take their companies to the next level.

3. PITCHING DEN:

Participants pitch to a panel of judges and other industry players. Winners receive a range of prizes.

4. ONGOING ENTREPRENEUR SUPPORT:

All participants are empowered with ongoing support to build sustainable businesses.

5. TECH DEMO DAY:

Selected entrepreneurs pitch to a panel of VCs for investment

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