First crack at a digital trigger
One of the most important components in our set of tools is a digital trigger. We define a digital trigger as using a camera to decide when to activate a trap rather than using a trip plate or motion sensor. Such a trigger would allow trap designers (including us) to design open trap entrances without having to worry about the risk of harming our precious taonga. So we've been working on just such a trigger and today we'd like to share some of our findings with you.
Total Cost of Ownership: Trailcams vs cognified Thermal Cams
Conservation projects need to make hard decisions based on the cost of deployments and the cost of a camera network can be considerable. As with any technology purchase, it can be misleading to consider only the initial purchase cost of the device - there are a number of factors that influence the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of your camera setup. We've worked with DOC to look into what the true TCO of a camera set up is.
How accurate is Artificial Intelligence for predator recognition?
One of the most common questions we get asked is how accurate our Artificial Intelligence(AI) solution for predator identification is. But we suggest more useful questions are:
- How accurate is predator identification at different distances?
- How does accuracy compare to humans?
- How accurate does it need to be in order to be useful?
Predator Free 2050 Ltd fund further development of our trap
Cacophony trap showing ten times (10x) higher catch rate
Thermal Camera: What can it do for you today?
2021 was a very productive year for us here. So we thought it was time for a recap of our products and an overview of what the products can do for you. Today we focus on our Thermal Camera.
New features, new products
Kiwi ingenuity developing world-leading predator eradication technology
Great to see Predator Free 2050 Ltd investing in bringing innovation to the market: https://pf2050.co.nz/news/kiwi-ingenuity-developing-world-leading-predat...