Invasive species can create tremendous damage to ecosystems and cause significant social and economic costs.
The default response is usually damage limitation. But understanding how pest and feral animals interact with the environment offers the possibility of more targeted and effective interventions.
At Wildlife Drones, we offer innovative drone-based sensors that can track a range of feral animals. Get accurate, real-time location data and implement more effective on-ground control methods.
In the field,
Get a full understanding of what pest and feral animals are doing in the environment by radio-tracking their movements in real-time and downloading close proximity GPS data from further away than ever before. Use this data to inform more targeted control methods and take on-ground action immediately.
Track multiple invasive species at the same time
With Wildlife Drones, you can radio-track up to 40 animals simultaneously. You can choose to track all of the same species, or a combination, to better understand how different animal dynamics play out in the environment.
Our radio-tracking technology is also the perfect tool for Sentinel animal tracking. This method involves radio-tagging an animal (e.g. feral goat, pigs etc.) and releasing it with the expectation that it will re-join its herd. By radio-tracking this “Sentinel” animal, invasive species managers can uncover the herd’s location and thereby deploy swift and targeted control methods.
Track up to 40 animals and multiple species simultaneously
Rapidly track over tricky terrain
Download close proximity GPS data remotely
Effective tool for Sentinel animal management
Reliable, real-time data to inform on-ground action
Collect more data, more often
Experience the difference when you track with the world’s most advanced radio-tracking system. Gain valuable insights for less effort and take your research to new heights.
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