Map-based software for hunters and forest administrators
“DeerMapper” is a map-based software for hunters and forest administrators to record and manage deer stands, hunting ground boundaries and other hunting-related infrastructural facilities, as well as event-based data such as culling and observations.
DeerMapper can be used both in the field on GPS-compatible smart phones, and at home on the desktop to register and analyse location-based hunting-related information on maps and aerial photographs. All data can be processed by means of a time-space-analysis and obtained in report format to enable a more efficient hunting ground utilisation.
Rainer Prüller studied geography at the University of Graz and geodesy at the Graz University of Technology, where he also wrote his doctoral thesis on remote sensing. His research focuses on open source technologies in the field of geo-information. He has given presentations at several conferences and contributed to various specialist journals.
Florian Schöggl studied geodesy at the Graz University of Technology. His work focuses on mobile geo-information systems, and he has given lectures at several conferences. He currently teaches at the Graz University of Technology.