Pen and paper is still often the go to method of data collection for ecologists, but with that comes some unavoidable challenges.
Locations, especially polygons are hard to map in the field on paper. Mandatory fields sometimes get missed. Back in the office, countless hours are spent transcribing data from paper to digital format and making sure photos are linked to records. There has to be a more efficient way.
With its wide range of features focused on ecologists, Coreo will support you to streamline your data collection and give you more time to do the tasks that really matter.
Coreo helps you to…
Take control your datas’ quality with data validation.
Your surveys and/or data can be kept private. Or, you can set things up so that your whole team can collaborate.
Easily manage all of your submitted data in Coreo’s Record Explorer module.
Monitoring the damage caused to river banks by the invasive American signal crayfish
Helping the farming community to monitor wildlife
A key tool for recording site visit and management activities for staff
Streamlining data collection with the Trust realising the benefits of a digital method of data capture
A hugely successful community project during Lockdown to record birds in your back garden
Using Coreo to monitor changes in biodiversity
This month we explore one of the key features of Coreo – recording location-based data. Background Data, especially environmental data, often has a spatial element to it. That is, we need to know where something is or was by recording its location. Despite advancements in technology, which have made accurate location mapping possible via phones […]
Think that apps are beyond your reach financially as a business, or too complicated to consider? Think again! With cloud-based app systems anyone can build and run spatial data collection projects. Apps can act as a significant business lever, enabling you and your staff to save time, money and improve data quality. These days there […]