Icuserver is an Austrian-based company that sells trail cameras and offers an application that allows the user to control the cameras (via SIM Card) and view and manage the pictures taken. Users can also use the application to detect and classify what is in the picture.
We have worked with ICUserver to improve the UX flow of the application and to deliver some UI enhancements while maintaining the original look and feel.
Additionally, we analyzed the company’s tools and features to provide value add to the application and, as a result, improve user engagement with it. The result was the proposal to offer a new feature: a system based on the existing detection and cataloging technology to track animals in geographic and time spaces. This would allow the users to see the behavioral patterns of the animals and predict their movements. Also, this idea allows the extraction of more data using all the available cameras, instead of analyzing a single camera basis.
Internet of Things
User experience design.
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