Conservation Drone Partners
Conservation Drones being used by our partners worldwide:
- Indonesia: Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme
- Indonesia: Orangutan Information Centre
- Malaysia: Danau Girang Field Centre
- Malaysia: University of Nottingham-Malaysia Campus
- Malaysia: ETH Zurich
- Cambodia: WCS
- Cambodia: Conservation International
- Cambodia: Birdlife International
- Nepal: WWF Nepal
- Gabon: Max Plank Institute
- Gabon: WWF Netherlands
- Congo: WWF Netherlands
- Tanzania: Ugalla Primate Project/Jane Goodall Institute
- Madagascar: ETH Zurich
- Belize: WCS
- Chile: WCS
- Panama: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
- Germany: German Primate Center
- Scotland: Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
- Greenland: PennState University
Special thanks to:
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I am an undergraduate engineering student at Penn State University, and I am currently presenting engineering speeches on the application of drones to combat poaching, and of course I’ve vastly mention your work which I am extremely inspired by. However, I noted that you list Greenland: Penn State University, and I wasn’t sure if this is a typo, since the Penn State University I attend is in State College, Pennsylvania, US. If you do have partners at my university, is there a way you can put me in contact with them? I’ve been trying to tailor my research to this issue, so as you can imagine I would love to speak with your partner from Penn State. Thanks very much for your work, help, and inspiration.
Hi Veronica, please email us and we will put you in touch with our partner at PennState U.
Check out our global challenge to innovate conservation drones http://igg.me/at/wcUAVc/x/8412640… we have 139 teams in over 29 countries on 6 continents competing in the Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge!
I am called Dominique Mvunabandi, a conservation biologist from Rwanda-Africa. Now residing in Netherlands doing Masters in Geo-information and Earth Observation for Natural Resources Management at the University of Twente (http://www.itc.nl/). Here is a link on my research on chimpanzees habitat fragmentation and restoration in Nyungwe National Park (NNP), Rwanda (http://www.utnieuws.nl/nieuws/60805/TomTom_voor_chimpansee). I learned from (http://asiancorrespondent.com/129709/drones-power-up-conservation-efforts/) and (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIrgjCNcDBI) can be used in conservation and drones can be applied in conservation in Rwanda, a country known as a country of Thousand hills” because of its hilly topography and mountains. However, i still need to learn how to use and apply drones. Could u please assist me in GETTING in touch with Conservation drones EXPERTS to train me and see if my project can work in Rwanda in the near future?
I have already sent you an email.
we’re CASA certified operators interested in joining the cause.
What do we do from here?