Reducing human-tiger conflicts

A joint collaboration between The Prusten Project and Sensing Clues is underway to help reduce human-tiger conflicts. Using recently developed sensor technology called SERVAL, the two organizations are working to develop a sound-based tiger monitoring and early warning system to reduce conflict in tiger range-land countries. The sensors are also capable of recognizing gunshots and chainsaws in real-time providing a key tool in the fight against illegal wildlife activities.

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