Copernicus Prize Sweden

Rewards 2021

Cash Prize

The winner will receive EUR 3,000.

Validation and Testing

A group of relevant testers for the solution will be available for two weeks, including both business and private users, as well as evaluation experts. An evaluation report worth up to EUR 4,000 will be provided.

Expert Support

25 hours of consultation by image analysis experts and access to the Visualisation Center C in Norrköping, Sweden, for two half-days, with a total value of at least EUR 4,000.

Business Mentoring

Guidance from successful imaging company founders through three independent lunches, followed by in-depth individual meetings, with a total value of EUR 2,000.


Graphic design support, social media strategy and guidance for how to reach the established media channels, value of EUR 3,000.

Space Awards

Two persons from the winning team will benefit from a free trip to the Copernicus Masters Awards Ceremony (only in case of physical event, max. amount EUR 1,000).

Additional Reward for the Overall Winner 2021

Cash Prize

EUR 10,000 if your concept gets selected as Copernicus Masters 2021 Overall Winner


To participate in those, any applicant must be a natural or a legal person of an EU Member State or European Economic Area (EEA), European Neighbouring Countries (ENP), South/East countries or other countries with which the EU has space dialogues and cooperation: USA, Canada, Latin America, Africa, Gulf Cooperation Countries, Kazahstan, Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand.

Prize Partners Benefits

Innovative Network

Connection to the Visual Sweden cluster with 100+ enterprises and other organisations

Regional Community

Contact with other regional specialties, like “Agritech and future farming” from Europe’s most attractive environment for visualisation and image analysis innovation


Possibility to use the most advanced visualisation dome in the world at Visualization Center C


Opportunity to be part of Visual Sweden projects and additional funding/benefits


Visual Sweden

Anders Carlsson
Process Manager
+46 705 38 89 08

The 2021 Organiser

Visual Sweden is an innovation cluster in Östergötland, Sweden. The aim is to promote visualisation, image analysis innovation and regional growth. Major stakeholders are Linköping University, Region Östergötland, Linköping and Norrköping municipalities. Important ten-year funding (from 2016) has been granted by Vinnova, Sweden’s innovation authority.

The main body consists of 70 small and large-sized visualisation and image analysis enterprises. A large number of them have their roots in the advanced research environments in the region, such as the Visualization Center C, the centre for medical image science visualisation and the computer vision laboratory.


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All Copernicus Prizes are co-funded by the European Commission’s DG Defence, Industry and Space to foster the market uptake of EU Space data.

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