The German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) is looking for solutions that use Copernicus data to solve major challenges faced by transport systems today. Submit your solution that uses Copernicus data. Explore the challenge and complete your submission as soon as possible to win prizes. Deadline for submission is 30th June!

One of the prize, apart from cash prize, networking opportunity and others, is 6 months access to the cloud computing resources on CODE-DE, which is German Copernicus Data and Exploitation Platform operated by CloudFerro. Due to the connection between CODE-DE and CREODIAS, users can benefit from access to the country specific data and rich data sources on European DIAS.

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