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Simbiotica

 
 
 
 

WHO WE ARE

Simbiotica is a team of 20 Designers, Engineers, Product Managers, Strategists, Data and Social Scientists, working to develop cutting-edge informatics solutions for organisations. We work with our partners to build engaging, beautiful web tools and visualisations that tell stories that matter, from Old Weather to Cash Atlas and Global Forest Watch.

WHAT OUR EXPERIENCE IS

Our experience lies in three key areas. First is the delivery of gorgeous user experiences that reveal the stories and messages of a dataset. To deliver this, we have also built substantial experience in understanding users, their motivations and needs, and delivering products to meet them. Our third area of expertise is in building powerful and flexible back-end architectures to serve and analyse data from multiple sources.

 

WHAT WE DO IN EU BON

  • Improving tools, specifically GeoCat, for data analysis and visualisation
  • Using GeoCAT, demonstrate and report on the use of EU BON service for Red List species assessments through a demonstration project in a European protected area. A screencast and online documentation will be produced in addition to a promotional video showcasing the usefulness of the integration and new functionalities.

IN EU BON WE MAINLY CONTRIBUTE TO

  • Work Package 3
  • Work Package 5
  • Work Package 6
  • Work Package 8

WE ARE ALSO INVOLVED IN

  • Synthesys 3
 

 

Simão Belchior 
  • Coordinating Simbiotica input to EU BON project
  • Expert in back-end development and managing projects
Craig Mills 
  • Providing oversight to Simbiotica input to EU BON project
  • Expert in project management and deep strategic thinking

David González 

  • Providing oversight to Simbiotica input to EU BON project
  • Expert in project management and back-end infrastructure

Jamie Gibson 

  • Coordinating Simbiotica input to EU BON project
  • Expert in user research and user needs analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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   25 APR 2018
Stemming from EU BON, new research calls for action: Overcoming the barriers to the use of conservation science in policy


Just accepted, a new paper in Conservation Letters looks at the barriers and solutions to the use...

   8 MAR 2018
New EU BON research reviews the most relevant sources for European biodiversity observation data to identifying important barriers and fill gaps


Recently published in Biological Conservation, the new EU BON supported paper is titled "Unl...

   7 DEC 2017
ECOPOTENTIAL Workshop "SPACED: Using Earth Observations to Protect Natural Landscapes"


The ECOPOTENTIAL H2020 project, focusing its activities on blending Earth Observations from remot...

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flag big This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 308454.