Wildlife tracking system

The Wildlife Tracking system is part of the animal tracker solution. It assists researchers to manage their teams and the wild animals wearing the animal tracker device.

WWF and INDT

The World Wide Fund for Nature is an international non-governmental organization working on issues regarding the conservation, research and restoration of the environment. It is an independent organization, with over 5 million employees working in over 100 countries, supporting conservation and environmental projects.
In 2011, WWF started a partnership with INDT seeking for a more efficient solution for tracking wildlife in partially isolated regions around the world. More information: http://www.indt.org/case_wwf.php



The Animal tracker and Wildlife tracking system 

INDT developed a complete hardware and software system and data transmission based on a GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) signal. The INDT product adapted to regions with poor conditions for mobile phone coverage, enabling data collection via SMS and remote programming via Internet also with extended service life from the low power consumption. 

Working at INDT my role in this project was to design the user interface for the Internet system taking into consideration the many different user profiles that would have access to it. Laura Sardinha was responsible for the interaction design and screenflow documentation, great work. The visual design had already been drafted by Glaubert Souza and I jumped in to continue until completion, creating visual specifications, iconography and generating all the assets. 
User profile, Animal registration, animal groups and tracking device tabs.
Animal paths and animal profile pop up 
Search field and map tools
Part of the visual specs documentation by Mirella RIcci
INDT development team:

Mirella Ricci
Laura Sardinha
Glaubert Souza
Designers

Fellipe Rollin
William Souza
Developers

Germano Freitas
Jorge Siqueira
Managers
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