Wildlife Drones seed investment round is here!

We are super excited to be invited to pitch at the Capital Angels Investment Evening tonight.  It should be a great event with a number of other exciting businesses joining Wildlife Drones in seeking investment so they can take their business to the next level.

Want to be a part of the world’s most advanced animal radio-tracking drone business?  Come along to see us pitching tonight and join our journey, or get in touch if you’d like to find out more!  @LHinnovates @Craig_A_Davis


Ducks, Drones, and Data

Can drones really be an accurate way to survey animal populations? Researchers at the University of Adelaide recently set out to prove this. In their #EpicDuckChallenge, the team set up a colony of plastic ducks along an Adelaide beach. They then compared the accuracy of counting the ducks from the ground to counting the colony from photographs captured by the drone.

The use of drones proved far superior – with the data being ‘between 43% and 96% more accurate than ground counts.’ This shows us how visual drone imagery can be used to monitor animal populations. The question now stands, can drones be used to pack up all of those ducks?


Wildlife Drones is expanding – UAV Mechatronics Engineer opportunity

Given the strong international interest in Wildlife Drones we are currently expanding our team to meet the demand.  If you have UAV Mechatronics Engineering experience and are interested in an internship with our dynamic team working on environmental projects click here to find out more and submit an application.  Our new team member will be involved in the development of Robotic Operating System (ROS) code for target localisation and flight planning, as well as testing and maintenance of our next generation Wildlife Drone UAVs.

Wildlife Drones: robotic animal tracking

Welcome to Wildlife Drones

Wildlife Drones is an innovative way to radio track your animals using drone technology. Our commitment is to help you track your animals in the least invasive way possible. If you are interested in finding out more please contact us by clicking here.

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