mobile technology

Developed by: 
Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) at the University of California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, EDDMapS
Description: 

Participants are invited to locate invasive species by making geo-tagged observations and taking photos to alert of the spread of habitat-destroying invasive plants and animals, using Android mobile phones or an online form. The identified species will be placed on public map and alert park rangers of the spread of these habitat-destroying invasives. The purpose of the What’s Invasive!

Go to direct to resource: 
http://whatsinvasive.com
Contact person: 
Contact form
Contact email: 
http://whatsinvasive.com/index.php/about/support
Type of access: 
open, registration required to participate
Type of information available online: 
invasive species, data, photos, maps
Developed by: 
the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). It was drawn up by Ms Annie Chéneau-Loquay, Research Director at the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), as part of a cooperation project between the Ministry and ITU.
Description: 

The democratization of mobile telephony in Africa, its availability, ease of use and, above all, the extent to which it has been appropriated by the public, have made it a major success story. Very low-income populations are not only actively demanding access to mobile telephone services but also innovating, by creating the functions and applications they can use.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/app/mob_app.html
Contact person: 
Contact email: 
Type of access: 
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