Gather Accurate Data Safely
Drones and AI technology are advancing and evolving wildlife surveys. Tracking species through collaring can be dangerous and may be invasive and disruptive to the animal. Gathering data via drone is more efficient and safe for both animals and researchers. Utilizing our drones, biologists can collect the information they need through specialized sensing technology, including LiDAR, RGB, corona, hyperspectral, and thermal sensors. We recognize the importance of drones for environmental monitoring to track the health and population growth of indicator species and monitoring the overall health of habitats and ecosystems.
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Benefits of Aerial
Track Populations of Endangered Species
Monitoring the population of indicator species and other species of interest allows researchers to establish a population's distribution and size. Change detection analysis helps with identifying the existence of and/or reasons for population declines over time. Data collected through wildlife surveys may provide powerful insights for ways to decrease or stabilize mortality rates. Key metrics include size, sex, and behaviour.
Monitor Wildlife For Species Behaviour
Biologists and conservationists often spend several years studying the characteristics of animals for scientific purposes. Utilizing a drone for wildlife surveys can provide insights into migratory patterns, breeding cycles, and other habits more efficiently and safely. Drones can access more remote locations, doing so with a low noise footprint and minimal disruption. Collected data can be used for teaching and research.
Locate and Track Wildlife With GPS
UAV drones help biologists track the GPS location of wildlife populations accurately and systematically. With the ability to survey large spaces, drones are useful for keeping track of indicator species and target populations. Scientists can use the data to determine the impact infrastructure development would have in a certain area and identify solutions for population control and species perpetuation.
How We Perform Wildlife Surveys