Following the success of a pilot drone project at the Panna Tiger Reserve (PTR) in Madhya Pradesh earlier this year, the Indian government now plans to start using drones or unmanned aerialRead More…
Instead of being a protected reserve, the Kaziranga National Park of Assam, India has turned into a battleground between the poachers and the protectors. It is the rhinos that are in danger. Will they be able to survive? Yes, if better technogly is used for protection.
Poachers’ task to wipe away wildlife in Asia and Africa, has just been made tougher by Google. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today received a major grant from Google to use state-of-the-art technology to help protect endangered species like elephants, rhinos and tigers from poachers and wildlife traffickers.
Unmanned aerial vehicles or more popularly called drones have long been used to detect terrorist activities with accuracy and target enemy ships or soldiers. But what conservationists all over the world are now trying to do is use the same mechanism to help animals in danger.