Publication Date

Fall 12-30-2020

Degree Type

Master's Project

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Computer Science

First Advisor

Ben Reed

Second Advisor

Mike Wu

Third Advisor

Anthony Giordano

Keywords

Data collection; data management; file storage; Firebase; Flutter; geolocation; Google Cloud Platform, mobile development; NoSQL

Abstract

Many mountain lions are killed in the state of California every year from roadkill. To reduce these numbers, it is important that a system be built to track where these mountain lions have been around. One such system could be built using the platform-as-a-service, Firebase. Firebase is a platform service that collects and manages data that comes in through a mobile application. For the development of cross-platform mobile applications, Flutter is used as a toolkit for developers for both iOS and Android. This entire system, Cat Tracks is proposed as a crowdsource platform to track wildlife, with the current focus on California mountain lions. By building such a system, researchers could use the data to save the lives of many mountain lions.

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