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SGAC's International Committee on GNSS 10th Meeting "Logo" Design Competition

Status Report From: Space Generation Advisory Council
Posted: Friday, May 29, 2015

Interested in Navigation? Intrigued by international space cooperation? Have some hidden talent for art & design? If the answer is YES and you are SGAC member, please feel invited to utilise your creative mind to design the logo for the upcoming 10th Meeting for the UN International Committee on GNSS (ICG) to take place in Boulder, Colorado.

Background

About the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG)

The International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG) was established in 2005 under the umbrella of the United Nations, promotes voluntary cooperation on matters of mutual interest related to civil satellite-based positioning, navigation, timing, and value-added services. The ICG contributes to the sustainable development of the world assisting and advocating for the integration of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) in the infrastructures of developing countries.

Among the core missions of the ICG are to encourage coordination among providers of global navigation satellite systems, regional systems, and augmentation systems in order to ensure compatibility, greater interoperability and seamless transparency.

The ICG also serves to assist GNSS users with their development plans and applications, by encouraging coordination and serving as a focal point for information exchange.

Vision Statement of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG)

The International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG) strives to encourage and facilitate compatibility, interoperability and transparency between all the satellite navigation systems, to promote and protect the use of their open service applications and thereby benefit the global community. Our vision is to ensure the best satellite based positioning, navigation and timing for peaceful uses for everybody, anywhere, any time.

Winner will receive:

Invitation (with Flight & Accommodations up to $2,000 USD) to the International Committee on GNSS meeting in Boulder, Colorado.

Participation at the SGAC’s Youth for GNSS hosted Workshop on Interoperability that will be held in conjunction in Boulder, Colorado

Recognition & Bragging Rights

Competition Period: April 30 - May 31, 2015 (Midnight, Eastern Standard Time).

Judges: ICG Planning Committee, which will consists of representatives from various US agencies and organization.

Eligibility:

Must be an SGAC member between the ages of 18-35 (you can sign up for free membership: www.spacegeneration.org).

Original work 

Allow free use and modification of the logo to fit the needs on ICG-related materials (ie. ICG-10 website, meeting bags, and possibly other meeting materials that will be shared with the participants.) and for SGAC promotions.

Conditions & Requirements:

Incorporate U.S. and/or Boulder, Colorado theme as the host (Examples: Flat Irons, Table Mesa)

Include reference to space/navigation satellites (Ie. GPS)/positioning, navigation & Timing (PNT)

Include reference of the International Committee on GNSS (http://www.unoosa.org/oosa/en/SAP/gnss/icg.html)

Short Paragraph (no more than 500 words) explaining the reasoning/inspiration of your logo and design.

Logo must be provided as vector graphics (e.g. .ai, .eps, .svg) and as high resolution .jpeg/.pdf

Deadline:
 
All submissions & application form must be sent to competitions@spacegeneration.org with subject heading: [SGAC ICG Logo Competition - Last Name] for consideration. Judging will be held at the next internal planning meeting (approximately 2 weeks after submission), with notification of the winner shortly after.
 
http://spacegeneration.org/opportunities/competitions/icglogo.html

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