Space Meetings Veneto – VeneTO Stars, deadline of applications 15 March 2023

The “Veneto stars” challenge is looking for teams of passionate, talented European innovators aged 18-25 who have an idea to solve challenges in the agri-food sector by using space data. From February 1st to March 15th teams can submit their ideas and get their chance to move in the next phase. You can download the flyer here.


In fact, by April 1st, ten ideas/concepts will be selected and the correspondent teams will be awarded a stay in Venice, where they’ll discover opportunities in the area, visit research centres and present their ideas during the Space Meetings Veneto event in May 2023, where the winner will be chosen by a jury of experts and professionals from the space sector.


The winning team will be awarded a one-week stay in Veneto in September to concretely apply their idea, with the support of experts. With this project, the Veneto Region aims to become a reference point for digital innovation, particularly for dynamic and enterprising young Europeans. The Veneto Region aims to become a reference point for Digital Innovation, and an attractive territory for dynamic and enterprising Young Europeans.


It is a competition addressed to European young innovators aged 18-25 in the field of space data for the agri-food sector that can be relevant to the region. The sectors covered by the challenge for this first edition include precision agriculture, environmental monitoring, prevention and emergency management for agriculture, resource optimization, etc.


Young innovators from all over Europe will have the chance to submit their proposals by 15th March and the ten best teams will be invited to Space Meetings Veneto to present their projects. A qualified panel of judges will then select the winning team.


Please find here a brochure of the challenge, a description of the project and some guidelines for participants. For further information you can visit the challenge website.




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