IFI Invasive Species App
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 16:01

IFI - Invasive Species app

Inland Fisheries Ireland's new smart phone app is now available to download from the Google Play and iTunes App stores.


The easy to use and readily accessible ‘IFI - Invasive Species’ app will aid users in the identification of invasive species and permit them to take georeferenced photographs that will immediately be uploaded to the IFI server. The information so received will be reviewed, uploaded onto the IFI species database and, if the sighting is of something new or particularly worrying, will trigger an immediate on-site survey by IFI staff.

IFI - Invasive Species app

Inland Fisheries Ireland's new smart phone app is now available to download from the Google Play and iTunes App stores.

The easy to use and readily accessible ‘IFI - Invasive Species’ app will aid users in the identification of invasive species and permit them to take georeferenced photographs that will immediately be uploaded to the IFI server. The information so received will be reviewed, uploaded onto the IFI species database and, if the sighting is of something new or particularly worrying, will trigger an immediate on-site survey by IFI staff.

IFI want as many people as possible use this app and help it in its ongoing battle against Aquatic Invasive Species.

Download your FREE IFI-Invasive Species App

and help Stop the Spread of Invasive Species.

 
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