With our partners at the University of Bern, Institute of Geography, Spatial Services GmbH (SpaSe), SPOTTERON took on that challenge and designed a poster for the AGIT & GI_Forum Poster competition on "SemantiX – A cross-sensor semantic Earth observation data cube to open and leverage essential climate variables with scientists and the public".
From earth's orbit into a Citizen Science app
For better understanding: SemantiX, is a tool that aims to retrieve curated satellite data (photos of the earth and the impact of climate change on it during the past few decades) from satellites orbiting the globe to make them visible and easy to understand for everybody.
To visualize this complex idea, SPOTTERON designed an elegant logo, a comprehensive infographic and the poster itself, and we are happy to announce that it won the first place at the AGIT conference competition for the best scientific poster!
As you can see in the poster, this spectacular project will be included in the already existing "Nature's Calendar" Citizen Science app by the ZAMG that runs on the SPOTTERON platform, and therefore make it accessible to a high number of users. We will keep you posted on the development of that here on our blog.
But for now, please enjoy the AGIT & GI_Forum Poster competition winner, the SemantiX poster: