Vatresia A.,University of Bengkulu |
Sadler J.P.,University of Birmingham |
Rais R.R.,Ministry of Forest and Environment |
Imandeka E.,University of Bengkulu
International Conference on Geoinformatics | Year: 2016
Biodiversity loss is a global issue, but it is the pressing concern in mega-diverse countries, such as Indonesia. The lack of the data standardization and remote area spread on 17.504 islands made it hard to organize and to manage without the aid of any technology. In this paper, we develop an application for forest rangers to capture the data of biodiversity and conservation in Indonesia. This development was based on the latest law and policy in Indonesia to monitor the performance of conservation activity in Indonesia. It was developed by using Java programming language. The method we used is System Development Life Cycling (SDLC) and Unified Modelling Language (UML) 2.0 as the design model. The application was tested by using the method of the black box and the white box methodology. © 2016 IEEE.