Monthly Archives: September 2018

Progress report – September 2018 – Thermal imaging for human-wildlife conflict

Our last blog post left you with preliminary test results of thermopile and microbolometer thermal sensors to be used in an early animal warning system. Funded by WWF and WILDLABS, this Arribada Initiative project aims help reduce human-wildlife conflict by creating an automated early warning system that will send alerts to communities when a dangerous …

Gone tree climbing

Gone tree climbing

I love daring activities, the more curious the better; night scuba diving, active volcano research, the highest bungee jump, flying trapeze. Which is why the first time I saw someone climb 40 meters into the uncharted and bizarre Amazon Rainforest canopy to set-up a research camera, my first thought was: I want to do that. …