The Cultural Site Management System allows you to select or record a place or area with the aid of an interactive map displaying an aerial photo of the study area (in this case Uluru).
The system contains six modules: places; areas; objects; reporting; documents; search and information.
The 'Places' module shows a map of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Displayed with the map are a number of points that represent rock art sites, rock holes and other significant sites. These sites can be selected from the map. The user also has the option of selecting a place using the 'Site List'.
The 'Areas' module shows the geographic extent of different management areas or zones recorded within the system. Once a place or area is chosen a range of data entry forms for that location can then be stored. A vertical toolbar of functions for zooming and panning, as well as selecting and adding sites is provided. Forms that have been recorded for a place or area can be displayed or edited.
Using the search module forms can be found by specifying a number of keywords or by entering a date range in which forms have been recorded.
The reports module is used to create data summaries and the documents section contains important documents and other files that relate to the system or to the Cultural Heritage Management in general.
The information module contains important information about the history of the system, copyright and acknowledgements, guides to management forms and other help documentation.