What led two rhino conservationists working in a remote area of Africa to discover a better way of keeping track of rhino? The answer is JMP software. We had some novel ideas, and JMP allowed us to test and implement them, resulting in our Footprint Identification Technique (FIT), and other analytical solutions for conservation.
24 years later, JMP is still Key to WildTrack’s award-winning analytical capability, and our ongoing R&D. This interview with Amy Bullock from JMP tells how it happened, and what our support from the JMP community means to us at WildTrack.