Collaborations that expand the TechnEcology portfolio are actively sought. New eco-technologies awaiting application partners include:

  • Automating recognition of sound recordings;
  • Robotic deployment of sensors to remote positions;
  • Large scale wireless sensor networks for animal tracking;
  • Image-recognition that triggers, for example, chemical release to influence animal behaviour;
  • Adapting ambient intelligent technologies to support early warning systems for captive or critical wild populations;
  • Live video streams using remote cameras through a local network (fog) into a virtual reality model of national parks;
  • Wildlife monitoring web portals;
  • Apps and games to capture data and engage people with biodiversity; and
  • Economic valuation by estimating the value of volunteer contributions using choice modelling.

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