46 years of information on gorillas of Rwanda and The Congo are stored in the cloud from Oracle, which allows researchers to have information more organized and effective conservation measures of this species.
“Do a good job of conservation requires good data, and this technology helps us to use these data effectively, to make real-time decisions about how to protect the gorillas or what is going on with the gorillas, and that’s a huge leap forward for us,” said Tara Stoinski, president of the foundation, to Caracol Radio.
In this way, scientists and students can explore, analyze and visualize data of the Foundation Dian Fossey about the behavior of gorillas.
“We collect a lot of information about the gorillas: how they are located, what they eat, how they reproduce”, explained Stoinski at the Oracle OpenWorld 2017. Also systematizing other data type of these animals as a social inheritance, patterns of migration and evidence of illegal activity in their territory.
This foundation is protective of the gorillas andmpezó in 1967 with the conservation efforts of Dian Fossey, who saved animals in the forest, and now has the collection of more data about the wide world about this endangered population.