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iMapInvasives 3.0: New features and improvements

Abstract

Since its launch in 2010, iMapInvasives has provided users with a powerful online data management tool for invasive species work. In Oregon, iMapInvasives has brought together over 350,000 observations of nearly 400 species, as well as recording several thousand survey results and treatment actions. Coming in spring/summer 2019, the new iMapInvasives 3.0 will tap into the power of cloud-based and mobile mapping technologies and provide a suite of new features for users. iMapInvasives 3.0 will enable you to: 1) Map and share invasive species locations, surveys, and treatments from many data sources; 2) work collaboratively using specialized tools to make informed management decisions; 3) stay informed with customized e-mail alerts and GIS-based reports; 4) prioritize management actions with standardized information; and 5) utilize jurisdictional controls to administer user permissions, species- and record-level sensitivities, and custom map reference layers (via iMap data managers). iMapInvasives 3.0 will build on and expand iMap’s features to include: 1) customizable data collection; 2) use of Esri's suite of mobile tools to create custom workflows for data upload; and 3) provide increased map coverage in North America, with plans to expand to Central and South America and the Caribbean region. Users will be able to view and query all data across the iMapInvasives network and better visualize change over time with map-based queries and reports. Use of web map services will help facilitate transfer of real-time data to and from other invasive species mapping platforms and iMapInvasives. iMap version 3.0 will also include improved mobile interface for use on your smartphone or tablet.

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GIS / modeling, Land/watershed management, Conservation biology

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iMapInvasives 3.0: New features and improvements

Since its launch in 2010, iMapInvasives has provided users with a powerful online data management tool for invasive species work. In Oregon, iMapInvasives has brought together over 350,000 observations of nearly 400 species, as well as recording several thousand survey results and treatment actions. Coming in spring/summer 2019, the new iMapInvasives 3.0 will tap into the power of cloud-based and mobile mapping technologies and provide a suite of new features for users. iMapInvasives 3.0 will enable you to: 1) Map and share invasive species locations, surveys, and treatments from many data sources; 2) work collaboratively using specialized tools to make informed management decisions; 3) stay informed with customized e-mail alerts and GIS-based reports; 4) prioritize management actions with standardized information; and 5) utilize jurisdictional controls to administer user permissions, species- and record-level sensitivities, and custom map reference layers (via iMap data managers). iMapInvasives 3.0 will build on and expand iMap’s features to include: 1) customizable data collection; 2) use of Esri's suite of mobile tools to create custom workflows for data upload; and 3) provide increased map coverage in North America, with plans to expand to Central and South America and the Caribbean region. Users will be able to view and query all data across the iMapInvasives network and better visualize change over time with map-based queries and reports. Use of web map services will help facilitate transfer of real-time data to and from other invasive species mapping platforms and iMapInvasives. iMap version 3.0 will also include improved mobile interface for use on your smartphone or tablet.