The messaging platform, Viber has introduced a Space Challenges educational chatbot for inspiring the next generation of technicians, scientists, analysts, engineers, and astronauts.

As an online educational app, Spaceport Odyssey offers the next generation of scientists and explorers “ access to an unprecedented collection of space knowledge”, as per to Viber.

The Viber Space Challenges chatbot captures users in a series of missions and access to exclusive Viber Communities where fellow space enthusiasts and the top-grade sector experts, will draw the cosmic discussions about the largest space challenges before.

The mission of Space Challenges is to assist to grow the next generation of young scientists and technologists. Spaceport Odyssey users are able to represent on an educational and entertaining space-time journey with access to information from proficient experts from leading organizations, companies and universities.

Space Challenges of Viber chatbot attempts to engage and enliven young people into technology, science, engineering, and mathematics through space exploration. Boosting the skills, ambitions participation of young people in STEM is the main preference for the government of the UK, as acknowledged in a communicative environment with hundreds of hours of video content which provides the users two modes.

  • Campaign missions to consistently travel through the stories of six unique characters;
  • A Mind Map which allows direct access to a selection of space topics and units.

Ending the space missions permits the users to form their own space colony and earn medals. After completing the missions, only successful space cadets gain access to exclusive Viber Communities, where they can plunge themselves in deeper conversations about Engineering, Space Science, Exploration, Applications, Biology, and Robotics.

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