Collisions with ships are one of the most common causes of death or injury for cetaceans. The likelihood of collisions occurring will increase as the world’s reliance on ship-based transportation of goods and people increases.
Algae Scum Identification Resource Kit is an app developed by Spatial Vision in conjunction with UTS. It enables users to identify and report potentially toxic freshwater algal blooms that may be forming scums or colouring the water.
Spatial Vision was contracted to create the Frog Census App for Melbourne Water in mid-2016, to harness the power of citizen science to digitize and streamline Melbourne Water’s Frog Census.
Late 2016 the Commonwealth Government advised it was releasing more funding under the Inspiring Australia – Science Engagement Program which aims to contribute to the broader goals of science engagement in Australia.
Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre wanted to provide the public with a tool that would enable them to easily report sightings of cetaceans and sea turtles.
We helped meet the North Central Catchment Management Authority’s (NCCMA) two fold goals of enabling the enthusiastic public to contribute to data gathering and designing a new avenue to educate the public about Victoria’s diverse wildlife and ecosystems.
Safeguarding humpbacks whales against migratory interference. Shutting down illegal trash dumping through the identification of problem areas. Interactive biodiversity education tools for Victoria’s classrooms.
Built for sea urchin divers, the VicFishCatch app allows dive fishers to easily report their activity and record their catch as they catch it, even if they are located offshore or offline.
WA PestWatch is a smart phone app and web site developed for the Department of Fisheries Western Australia featuring the ability to submit details of sightings of aquatic pests within the West Australian area of interest.