GRAVITY Challenge is on the hunt for space tech and data science innovators to join round six of the global innovation program.
Applications are now open to the global space innovation community to join Deloitte’s flagship space and geospatial intelligence innovation program and help solve real-world challenges using space technology.
From mitigating biosecurity threats, to unlocking the potential of vineyards, to elevating infrastructure care and maintenance, round 06 of Deloitte’s GRAVITY Challenge will continue to demonstrate the power and potential of space-derived data and broader space sector capability.
Since its inception in 2019, GRAVITY Challenge has actively supported more than 1000 space technology Innovators, and accelerated the development of over 250 business proposals leading to 25 commercial agreements.
This round, eight organisations from across the globe in sectors such as agriculture, transport, telecommunications, utilities and government, are putting out the call to the geospatial intelligence innovation community for the best and brightest space powered solutions.
|Telstra InfraCo||Australia||Elevating Telecommunications Infrastructure: Innovation-Driven Pit Care|
|Transport NSW||Australia||On Track for Safety: Satellite Solutions for Road and Rail Networks|
|Northern Territory Government||Australia||Strengthening Agribusiness: Identifying, Containing, and Mitigating Plant Threats in Northern Australia|
|Transgrid||Australia||Elevate Efficiency: Real-Time Insights for Transgrid’s Easement Route Planning|
|Hello Tractor||Africa||Farming the Future: Satellite Insights for Resilient Agriculture in Africa|
|Planet Labs||USA||Quantify Change, Drive Transformation: Advancing Regenerative Farming Practices|
|Bolney Estate||UK||Unlocking Vineyard Potential from Above: Cultivating Precision, Sustainability, and Innovation.|
|Alliance Wine||Spain||Crafting excellence from Earth to Glass: Measuring|
To explore the challenges and apply for round 06 of Deloitte’s GRAVITY Challenge, visit gravitychallenge.space.
Applications close on 10 October 2023 at 11:59 pm UTC.