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IoT for Wildlife – Audio Moth

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IoT 4 Wildlife is a regular article series highlighting IoT and conservation technology

Wildlife monitoring equipment has always been an ad-hoc, niche industry where scientists often have to create their own devices from scratch or modify existing consumer devices to do what they need. Audio Moth is a scratch-built wildlife audio monitoring device developed by scientists at the University of Southampton and Oxford University to monitor audio sounds unattended in the wild.

 

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