The Queensland Herbarium (QH) has developed a condition assessment framework that provides a measure of how well a terrestrial ecosystem is functioning for biodiversity, called BioCondition. They often collect data about the types of vegetation and vegetation quality throughout Queensland and entered these data into a database manually using a PC. However, we had now solved the problem and built an Android application that can be taken onto the field to make their work more efficient and flexible.
By entering data into the tablet and then calculate BioCondition scores using existing background data. The app system can generate the report which follows the existing standard paper form. Moreover, this app can provide taking a photo with the GPS position and then update the photos into the database.