IoT Helps in the Battle Against Wildlife Endangerment

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By Harriet Sumnall | 3Q 2021 | IN-6208


National Parks Can be Smart


Smart Parks have technological partnerships with LoRa Alliance and Semtech, which help turn their vision into a reality. LoRa Alliance is committed to enable large scale deployments of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and do so by continuingly develop the LoRaWAN open standard. Other partnerships that are under the belt of the conservationists include a variety of organizations who are collectively fighting the same battle such as: African Parks, the World Wildlife Fund, and International Animal Rescue.

IoT has been implemented into many standard markets including smart home and smart cities, however wildlife conservation is one market that IoT is offering a helping hand. The deployment of sensor networks, even in the most rural of areas, is helping those in charge of monitoring species levels and their environments to track and monitor their livelihood.

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