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How scientist started their logo design journey
We are a R&D team staffed by university scientists and industrial developers working on developing a new application of innovative technologies for the remote inspection of large technical plants and new approaches in human-robot interaction.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
our audience is
a) Our project partners working within research institutes, industrial R&D departments or plant operating authorities, who may be interested in later application of the developed product;
b) Project-external researchers interested in remote leakage detection, industrial robotics and human-machine interaction;
c) General project external people who are addressed on trade fairs or by printed information / press releases.
d) Students of the university.
The project is called RoboGasInspector: a simulation based conception and evaluation of a human-machine system with autonomous mobile inspection robots for IR-Optical remote leakage detection and locating in technical plants (Simulationsgestützter Entwurf und Evaluation eines Mensch-Maschine-Systems mit autonomen mobilen Inspektionsrobotern zur IR-optischen Gasleck-Ferndetektion und -ortung in technischen Anlagen).
We would like to see an icon with the name RoboGasInspector next/over/under it. Ideally, the icon should be something that could eventually stand by itself, in place of the name. We would like to have the icon and the logo to be applicable in color as well as monochrome (for example faxing a document with the logo should preserve a readable and recognizable logo). The color for the logo expression should be compatible with pink (color RGB 168 15 79 / CMYK 20 100 40 0) or blue (color RGB 47 74 154 / CMYK 68 49 0 43) (the standard colors used by the university).
The key ideas to consider in the icon are robots, remote sensing, remote leakage detection, and human-robot interaction.