The Smart Parks system is currently being used in protected areas around the world to protect wildlife and the environment. In Africa, Asia, America and Europe. Areas characterised by different endangered species, topographic features and challenges.
Check our success story in Rwanda. Installing a Smart Park communication, tracking and management system to protect wildlife in Akagera National Park, Rwanda.
Please check our Smart Park projects – and find out how you can support us.
Smart Parks: in our own backyard!
Utrecht, April 2023 - Many people know Smart Parks as an organisation protecting wildlife with passion and technology… in Africa! Developing advanced rhino, elephant, and lion sensors and building [...]
The black rhinos journey back to Zinave National Park, Mozambique
Seven critically endangered black rhinos and twenty white rhinos have been successfully translocated from Manketti Game Reserve in South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique. With this reintroduction, [...]
Smart Parks assists to bring back the bison to the UK
Wild bison have returned to the UK for the first time in thousands of years. The steppe bison is thought to have roamed the woodlands until hunting and changes [...]
WildlifeNL: The Dutch Wildlife Comeback – research proposal granted!
Utrecht, April 2022 – On March 18th, the Institute for Science in Society (ISiS) received the great news that an Nationale Wetenschapsagenda (NWA/Dutch Research Agenda) 8-year, 5 million research [...]
Smart Parks Gonarezhou – the place for elephants
Utrecht, April 2022 – Last month the Gonarezhou National Park and Smart Parks teams have realised the first Smart Parks LoRaWAN® system in Zimbabwe. A total of 6 site [...]
Spring update on Smart Parks – OpenCollar Edge devices
It is time for a major update on what Smart Parks is working on with regards to the new Edge devices. You may have noticed that we have not [...]