The purpose of the « National biodiversity search engine » project is to set up a multi-criteria web-based query tool for viewing, exploring, validating and downloading species observation datas. Called OpenObs, this tool responds to the functions of the SINP national platform in terms of data dissemination.
OpenObs currently offers the following main features:
Downloading the required data is not yet available but it is however possible to access the data from the national platform by filling in the online form.
The OpenObs project is led by UMS PatriNat
as part of the SINP.
It is technically based on the « Atlas of Living Australia » project, supported by the GBIF community, in particular by the Living Atlases collective.
Crowdin is used for the internationalization.