Oh that is amazing, thank you! I'll get in touch with them and let them know! A few of them are members here on WILDLABS already, so I'll see if they've got a wishlist to post for anyone who might like to help out. (read more)
Hi Everyone, I'm Anthony Lindley, a PhD candidate at the University of Southampton. I mainly work with computer vision but would like to branch out and try other ML applications.
I love elephants and having only recently got to grips with the scale of the threat to their existance, feel... (read more)
Some ETAG rfid-readers developped by Eli Bridge et al. are now avaible at https://www.labmaker.org/collections/earth-and-ecology/products/etag. The price is high, though: USD139.
Note that... (read more)
Hi Tim and also Thomas
Thanks for your comments. It is fantastic that there have been so many replies to this thread in response to the request for thoughts, clarifications and questions on this topic.
I’m available on email. You can reach me directly via WILDLABS messages.... (read more)
Hi Richard, I've been working with Kerinci Seblat National Park in Sumatra for the better part of 20 years focusing primarily to countering tiger and other wildlife poaching and IWT in/around one of the largest national parks in Asia, might be good to talk, at very least you would have a better... (read more)
Thanks for joining this discussion. You make some good points that my co-authors and I will definitely discuss. On consent, I take your point but I work in a region where one cannot conduct research without local approval which is built into mandatory governmental research... (read more)