Camera traps (CT) provide an easy and non‐invasive way to study wildlife. It is also possible to estimate densities if accurate protocols are followed in a standardised way and additional parameters are estimated. However, the processing and storage of the thousands of images that a typical CT study generates has become a major challenge for CT users. Also, project management can get complex, especially if many CT and multiple people are involved. To facilitate collaborative science among professionals and semi‐professionals, the ENETWILD consortium is developing the existing Agouti platform for the management of camera‐trapping projects, and the processing and storage of images. Moreover, the consortium is extending Agouti with tools for doing the measurements needed for acquiring the additional estimates and is building an R package to estimate actual density. These developments will significantly further the completion of the Agouti ecosystem. A network of CT‐based abundance estimations is consolidated by providing analytical tools and by promoting collaborative science. Specifically, we have worked to (1) harmonize dataset generation by means of Agouti and (2) develop an interface for running CT abundance models (REM, REST, distance sampling). After completion of this work, users should be able to easily export their camera trap records into a format (camtrap‐dp) that can subsequently be used to easily run models and determine density using an interface in R, following the methods recommended by ENETWILD. The progress that has been made to date in relation to data generation and analysis is detailed; interactive maps and institutional portals; data recording for abundance estimation; distance and speed estimation, making distances part of camtrap‐dp; and finally, R package for distance, speed, and density calculation.