WildTrack wins 2020 AUVSI XCELLENCE award!

We’re truly honoured to be recipients of the 2020 Association for Unmanned Vehicle Services International (AUVSI) XCELLENCE award in the Humanitarian category, for our work using UAVs to monitor the cryptic ground evidence left by endangered species (in our case, trails and footprints). Our special thanks to our partners at…

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Leopard and Lion in Botswana – monitoring using FIT in JMP!

By Rosie Miles, Field Research Coordinator, Leopard Ecology and Conservation, Botswana. At Leopard Ecology & Conservation we seek to promote the long-term survival of leopard and lion populations in the Kalahari area of central Botswana by integrating conservation and community-education. This requires an understanding of the status and habitat needs…

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WildTrack featured in TerraX documentary

WildTrack’s work in Namibia to monitor and protect black rhino, in partnership with Kuzikus Wildlife Reserve, is  featured in a new documentary from German documentary film-maker Christopher Gerisch. https://www.zdf.de/dokumentation/terra-x/abenteuer-namibia-102.html This Terra-X series that has 5 million regular viewers. The programme features five different science projects in Namibia. The WildTrack segment…

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WildTrack reaches finals of the AUVSI XCELLENCE Awards!

“The AUVSI XCELLENCE Awards celebrate the achievements of individuals and organizations who have applied unmanned systems technology to create solutions to address a range of challenges affecting business and society,” said Brian Wynne, president and CEO of AUVSI. “AUVSI is pleased to recognize these finalists for their perseverance and dedication…

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WildTrack Annual Report 2019 now out

We’re happy to share our 2019 WildTrack Annual Report, detailing our work throughout 2019. We always welcome feedback, thoughts, suggestions and new ideas so please read it and tell us what you like, what we could do better, and what you’d like to see moving forward. Huge thanks to the…

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