Smart Parks is takes part in the multi-year WildlifeNL program. The Dutch Wildlife Comeback: Dynamic co-management of human-wildlife interactions in the Netherlands.
Read more: WildlifeNL
Smart Parks releases its most advanced device for rangers in protected areas. Across the world, rangers are guarding the remaining wild places.
Read more: RangerEdge
The Luwire Wildlife Conservancy team and Smart Parks have realised the first Smart Parks system in part of the 445700 hectares of pristine wilderness in Niassa, Mozambique
Read more: Smart Parks Luwire, Mozambique
The Timbo Afrika Foundation and Smart Parks have realised the first Smart Parks system in Botswana.
Read more: Smart Park Koro, Botswana
Smart Parks is currently working on the development and deployment of advanced WisentEdge trackers.
Read more: WisentEdge
Collaborations with Desert Lion Conservation Trust, Cheetah Conservation Fund and N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary
Read more: Smart Parks CCF, Namibia
The Smart Parks network in Zuid-Kennemerland is the result of a collaboration between PWN, Utrecht University and Smart Parks.
Read more: Smart Park Zuid-Kennemerland, Netherlands
Partnership with Cisco, FLIR Systems, World Wildlife Fund, Game Rangers International and the Zambian Department of National Parks and Wildlife.
Read more: Smart Park Kafue, Zambia
Partnership with African Parks to set up a Smart Parks solution in Liwonde National Park, Malawi.
Read more: Smart Park Liwonde, Malawi
Partnership with Frankfurt Zoological Society to set up a Smart Parks solution in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
Read more: Smart Park Serengeti, Tanzania
As the winner of the first Human Wildlife Tech Challenge we were awarded with an amount of $35,000 to field test our proposal in India in 2018.
Read more: Smart Elephant Protection Assam.
Installing a Smart Park communication, tracking and management system to protect wildlife in Akagera National Park, Rwanda.
Read more: Smart Park Akagera, Rwanda
Installing a Smart Park communication, tracking and management system to protect wildlife in Mkomazi, Tanzania.
Read more: Smart Park Mkomazi, Tanzania
Monitor the tracking chips which vets subcutaneously insert in the neck of orangutans, when first released back into the wild.
Read more: Orangutan Tracking Drone Project.
OpenDroneMap aims to enable humanitarian organisations to process UAV imagery and transfer them to other platforms and crowdsourcing projects such as OpenAerialMap, OpenStreetMap, and Missing Maps.
Read more: Open Drone HIF Project.