What are Conservation Drones
Conservation Drones are low-cost unmanned aerial vehicles that could be used for:
- surveying wildlife
- monitoring and mapping terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
- supporting the enforcement of protected areas
Conservation Drones are capable of:
- autonomous flight
- flight time of 30 minutes to over an hour
- range of 30 km to over 50 km
- acquiring high resolution photographs of up to 1-2 cm per pixel
- acquiring high definition video footages of up to 1080p at 60 fps
- producing geo-rectified 2D photo-mosaics and 3D Digital Surface Models of surveyed areas
Dear coservationdrones team,
I have just seen your great TED talk; and let me tell you, you are doing a wonderful work!
My name is Edersson Cabrera, I am working at the moment in Colombia in the establisment
of the National Forest Monitoring System project. Currently, We are considering to star with
the use of drones as a support of Monitoring activities on deforestation, forest degradation
and carbón stoks. Could you please share with us soñé additional details about the technical
specifications of the MAJA model, How se can acquire ir, get some training or How can
We work together? The main idea of the forest Monitoring System is to generate and publish
accurate information about the forest cover, deforestation rates, forest degradation, and carbon
stocks estimations .
We are looking forward for your comments and thanks in advance.
Hi Edersson, please write to us at email@example.com
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I am on my local Conservation Commission and we are doing a natural resource inventory. We are interested in purchasing the MAJA model. How can we do that?