Jason Hope Discusses How IoT Could Be Used to Save Wildlife and Rain-forests

Climate change is becoming a significant issue that continues to be discussed in many places around the world. Recently, some events in amazon and Australia have shown a need for more surveillance in areas that humans do not populate. Climate change is becoming a concern because places that are untouchable by human beings are now becoming affected by the activities of human beings. People like Jason Hope are proposing using the internet of things to try and mitigate the impact or the effect of climate change. 


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According to Jason Hope, this is already happening because technology is being used to improve biodiversity. The various technologies used in this regard include Instant Detect 2.0, TrailGuard AI, Rainforest Connection (RFCx), and the BTO Cuckoo Tracking Project. This technology was developed by the Instant Zoological Society of London. Jason Hope explains that the Instant Detect 2.0 is a system designed to track both animals’ activities in the wild and human beings. Instant Detect 2.0 can detect illegal human activities like poaching and any potential hazards to the animals.


Other institutions have developed technology that can be used to preserve at-risk wildlife. Some of these include. The TrailGuard AI is a camera used to track wildlife and determine their status in the wild. Secondly, the Rainforest Connection (RFCx) is a warning system designed to limit rainforest’s destruction. Finally, Jason Hope says, the BTO Cuckoo Tracking Project is an initiative that uses a tracking system to determine where the cuckoo birds are migrating to. Therefore, the internet of things can be used to collect data and transmit it in real-time, which means that people can determine the status of at-risk animals. 

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