There are about 11,000 animal-related collisions every year in British Columbia. To better evaluate the cause and impact of wildlife collisions , Osoyoos Desert Centre wanted a way for volunteers to report wildlife sightings during their walks around the area. From there, Osoyoos Desert Centre reached out to us to accomplish this through a mobile app.
The road survey app allows volunteers to easily report wildlife sightings on their mobile device during their walks.
By using the phone’s GPS capabilities, the app is able to gather important information such as location and temperature.
No internet? No problem! We also added offline support, where submitted logs can be synchronised once the user is connected online.