We developed TrapTagger in collaboration with the University of Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU). In particular, we worked closely with their Trans-Kalahari Predator program that aims to survey the five large carnivore species in the Okavango Delta: lion, leopard, spotted hyena, African wild dog, and cheetah. This is achieved using motion-activated camera traps in combination with detailed statistical analyses. However, these cameras generate immense amounts of data that needs to be stored, annotated, and analysed. That is where TrapTagger comes in, allowing them to reduce the time and cost required to annotate this data by more than 98%.