Anti poaching systems

The detection of wild animals is a central monitoring instrument in ecology, hunting, forestry and agriculture. Usual methods are complex, based only on indirect evidence and so often provide only a rough estimate.

Possibilities of applying UAVs in the professional world have increased in recent years thanks to advances in technology, especially aerial imaging. Aerial imaging provides detailed images and quick monitoring of large areas, making it a very efficient way to solve the animal surveillance problems.

Drones are becoming a popular choice for conservation purposes as they enable gamekeepers to watch out for poachers, keep tabs on the wildlife, monitor the size of the wildlife population, and protect the landscape. In fact, a UAV wildlife survey is often much more effective than those carried out on the ground by conservationists. Rhino poaching numbers have escalated in recent years as the demand for rhino horn continues, and various methods have been tested to combat poaching. Hidden cameras, GPS tracking, satellite imagery, predictive analysis, and hidden cameras have all been used by gamekeepers, but the method that consistently has the best results is the use of drones.

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Drones are relatively cheap, can cover hundreds and even thousands of acres in a short space of time and can beam back live video transmission. Using Infrared and thermal imaging, drones can also be used under the cover of darkness which is the favorite time of criminal poachers.

Drones with surveillance technology work with local rangers to collect and analyse data to determine threat areas and to organize drone flight plans. Rangers are pre-positioned where they can be deployed quickly within the threatened areas. When poachers are spotted the drone operators gives the location to ground troops which are close by. All data is stored and analysed to assist with future missions and to understand patterns used by poachers.