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I-Tracker Land Patrol Application

The I-Tracker Land Patrol Application was developed in collaboration with Indigenous ranger groups, Traditional Owners, scientists, researchers and government agencies. 

The development of the Land Patrol Application has been through a rigorous process to ensure the application addresses Indigenous land management objectives, including an on-country trial and a working group to evaluate its useability in the field.

The I-Tracker Land Patrol Application enables rangers to collect information on a wide range of terrestrial management activities including:

  • Fire: controlled burning, fire surveys
  • Weeds: weed sightings, surveys, treatment, species ID
  • Feral Animals: sighting, surveys, monitor damage/impacts
  • Biodiversity: monitoring native plants and animals
  • Visitor Management: visitor information, camping permits, campsite maintenance
  • Water Health: monitoring and recording the health of water ways
  • Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) activities

View a video clip of the workshop held at Normanton Queensland where rangers and NAILSMA staff begin to develop the I-Tracker Land Patrol Application.

Download the I-Tracker Land Patrol Application

Image: Screen artwork for the I-Tracker land Patrol Application

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