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AI4Copernicus launches the fourth open call

AI4Copernicus has launched its fourth Open Call for use cases across Artificial Intelligence and Earth observation data.

The term “Earth observation” refers to the collection of information about our planet’s physical, chemical, and biological systems. Satellites, in particular, provide valuable information on what is happening on the Earth’s surface, allowing to study evolving processes or assess changes in a particular area.

The data from satellites allow to study, with an overview, the area affected by a natural event such as a flood or a fire and assess the impact and extent, and to improve the predictive ability of mathematical models for many natural phenomena.

The goal of the call is to develop and test technical solutions that address the societal challenges selected by citizens during the second Open Call using AI resources and Earth observation data.

The call is aimed at consortia of high-tech companies and at least one low-tech SME. Startups and spin-offs will also be eligible to participate.

Three use cases will be selected and will benefit from €150,00 each, as well as a 16-month acceleration program.

The deadline to submit applications is April 30, 2022.

To submit your application and apply for funding rely on the strategic and operational support of the Malta Business Agency team. Request more information or a consultation by filling out the form below.

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