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DELWP, Parks Victoria and other agencies maintain multiple biodiversity databases, including the comprehensive Victorian Biodiversity Atlas, DELWP’s database of flora and fauna in Victoria. A key goal of biodiversity plan is to encourage more Victorians (scientists, ecologists, citizen scientists and natural resource managers) to value nature, in order to ensure that people recognise the importance of a healthy natural environment to personal and economic well being.
At the present they have different tools or/and methodologies to collect information, as filling a paper form or introducing it directly to a database by an expert on different systems. They have identified these processes as their main issue to solve with unique online/offline application that allow them reduces errors during data collection process, get better quality of data and in this way make better decision than the present.
Find the best solution to develop an offline first sollution to optimise biodiversity observation data collection by citizens and experts. You can read more about the process here.
Back-end Developer and UX Designer
Veronica is a computer scientist with over fourteen years of experience in the information technology field. She has been involved in a wide range of projects in sectors such as education, private, volunteerism and governmental.
Front-end Developer and UX Designer
Johan is passionate about making things. After months of self-learning and a 12-week immersive coding bootcamp , Johan’s ready to tackle public service challenges!