Let’s co-design tools to improve camera traps’ user experience!

Are you interested in camera traps? Then join this online activity and help us address the challenges when using them!

Why should you join the co-design activity?

The objective is to contribute to improving camera traps’ functionalities when filtering out pictures and videos. How? Through a co-design guided activity with DynAIkon developers. Let us know the challenges you experience when using a camera trap and share your opinion about the services Cos4Cloud is developing to address them. Of course, you will also have a nice time chatting with a diverse group of people about camera traps, nature and citizen science. You don’t need any previous experience or training in co-design; just willing to enjoy these creative sessions!

When? The 30th of June, 15:00-17:00 (CEST). Online.


  • 15:00-15:10: Welcoming and a brief presentation of Cos4Cloud and the co-design methodology. 
  • 15:10-15:25: Presentation of FASTCAT-Edge and FASTCAT-Cloud 
  • 15:25-16:45: Interactive activity to co-design FASTCAT-Cloud and FASTCAT-Edge using the Miro platform.
  • 16:45-17:00: Conclusions and closing. 

You will learn and share your opinion about: 

  • FASTCAT-Cloud: upload and analyze all the videos and pictures captured with your camera trap in the FASTCAT-Cloud website: get only the images and recordings of wildlife activity and quickly identify the species names thanks to artificial intelligence software.
  • FASTCAT-Edge: Build your intelligent camera trap to record only videos and pictures of wildlife activity and quickly identify the species names.

In both cases, our objective is to save you a significant amount of time in removing empty recordings or photos. Also, it will help you to identify the species names!


  • Cos4Cloud, an Horizon 2020 project to boost citzen science technologies. 
  • DynAIkon is developing FASTCAT-Edge and FASTCAT-Cloud in the Horizon 2020 Cos4Cloud project framework. 
  • Science for Change, an experienced company in co-design and citizen science, organizes and facilitates the co-design session.