Easily Record and Communicate Sensitive Areas and Endangered Species
Did you know that you can easily record and communicate sensitive areas or endangered species found in the United States, such as Gopher Tortoise, Key Deer, and Red-Cockaded Woodpecker when using Op Tracker TAB?
In this video, I will show you how Op Tracker can provide you more awareness about endangered species' habitats, improve the communication between field and office workers, and also enable them to asynchronously communicate with their teams to provide updates to forest managers when they are back online.
The first step is to set up the Geo Notes feature service on the Settings page.
Here you can change your Geo Notes feature service. Done? Load your Block. Tap on the Menu button. Go to the Geo Notes.
Here, you have two options: you can see older notes, or you can create a new note.
Here, you can change the geometry of your note based on your need.
You can also add a comment here.
Then tap on the map to set the Note and tap on the Save button.
If you don't want to go with the customized Geo Notes type, you can use define Note Types.
To conclude, Op Tracker gives forestry teams more awareness of the types of endangered species they found in certain areas and helps them keep forest managers updated on what is happening in the field.
If you want to learn more about Op Tracker, please visit our website: www.limgeomatics.com.