FieldKit.org (@FieldKitOrg )

FieldKit.org

Bio One-click open hardware & website for field researchers & explorers. FieldKit is a project of @Conservify, backed by @MooreFound & @NatGeo
Location Los Angeles, CA
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Account created 09-12-2016 23:53:07
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iPhone : The Conservify lab has been an inspiring place lately as we see more and more of FieldKit.org coming to life. Building something innovative the correct way, with the right partners and realistic timelines, creates an atmosphere of... instagram.com/p/B1MGs3qlTf4/…

iPhone : We are looking to hire a freelance technical writer for work on FieldKit.org. Let us know if you or someone you know is interested (remote okay). More details here: conservify.org/jobs/ Please send a cover letter, resume, and relevant writing samples to jobs@conservify.org

iPhone : This is a great story about installing sensors in extreme environments. Dealing with dead batteries and missing parts is normal with this work. We are building FieldKit.org to help make this sort of science easier, open, and less custom built: on.natgeo.com/2F9nwWJ Nat Geo Adventure

iPhone : In light of today's very valuable discussion about Apple and e-waste, it should be noted that giving our users an easy way to responsibly dispose of electronics (and teaching them NOT to leave sensors in the field) is absolutely a priority for the FieldKit.org team.

iPhone : We’re building FieldKit because we believe everyone should be able to understand and advocate for the world they live in. So we want *your* feedback as we bring FieldKit into the world! What features + capabilities are important to you? Fill our our survey survey.fieldkit.org

iPhone : The FieldKit platform securely stores and manages your data. With data viz features and social media integration, you can quickly share and tell stories with it. This means its easy to work around the data you collect - while in the field and back at home or in the lab.

iPhone : FieldKit sensors are designed to be networked - combined with their low per-unit cost, this makes deploying networks of several, dozens, even hundreds of sensors possible - no matter how small the budget.

iPhone : Were designing FieldKit to be easy enough to use for naturalists + citizen scientists, but accurate enough for serious field scientists. The mobile app makes configuration, testing and deployment straight-forward and easy to teach.

iPhone : For the last four years, Ive worked with Shah Selbe and many other talented folks on FieldKit - an open source hardware and software platform for low cost, reliable environmental sensing. You can learn a bit about what were doing here: survey.fieldkit.org

iPhone : We are trying to build something really great with FieldKit.org and need your help. If youre a field scientist, student, nature-lover, citizen scientist, EJ advocate, or conservationist, please help us out by answering a few VERY quick questions: survey.fieldkit.org

iPhone : It is exciting to have the FieldKit.org) 's Twitter Profile">FieldKit.org team at Conservify for the next two days for a design summit to plan our hardware and software development moving forward. So much exciting work to be done bringing FieldKit.org) 's Twitter Profile">FieldKit.org to life!

iPhone : This is a fantastic list of environmental data platforms. The FieldKit.org platform we are building will be complementary to many of these when we release it at the end of this year. twitter.com/irinimalliarak…

iPhone : Are you a software engineer with an interest in conservation? Fieldkit is hiring! We're looking for someone with strong JS & Golang skills, and an interest in distributed systems (ie. Dat Project): conservify.org/jobs/

iPhone : The Fieldkit team is really great (and growing by the day), the cause is worthwhile, and the project has many fascinating and fertile pieces of problem soil to anchor your roots into...