The attachable GP-1 GPS module and multiple memo fields allowed them to add location data and other information (like erosion presence) to photos.
A built-in barcode reader helped them associate paper logs with data stored on the camera.
The rugged shock-, dust- and water-resistant construction was ideal for the extreme conditions they had to work in.
The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council is a non-profit organization in Northern Michigan dedicated to protecting the rivers streams, lakes and wetlands across a four-country region. With a staff of approximately 10 people and a host of volunteers, the organization provides innovative education, sound water quality monitoring, thorough research and restoration actions.
Plus, they anticipate saving more than $2,200 in labor costs associated with processing data for each project.