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Progress report – February 2020 – Thermal imaging for human-wildlife conflict

The Arribada Initiative is back with an update on our thermal elephant alert system which aims to reduce human-elephant conflict (HEC). Our idea for an alert system combines low-cost thermal sensors, machine learning, and wireless transmission to build an affordable...

Progress report – January 2019 – Thermal imaging for human-wildlife conflict

Arribada recently returned from field sites in Assam, India where we tested the image quality and detection abilities of low-cost thermal sensors for detecting elephants in conflict areas. Arribada is working on these thermal cameras as a winner of the WWF and...

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

ibada just returned from our first thermal camera field trials in Greenland, where we tested the image quality and detection abilities of our chosen thermal sensors in an arctic climate, our prototype camera design and looked at real installation conditions and areas...

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...

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