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Online workshop 05.05.2021 at 09:00 - 13:00 (CET): New technologies for wild animal and free-ranging animal monitoring

Online workshop: New technologies for wild animal and free-ranging animal monitoring

The Biobord network in cooperation with Institute for Environmental Solutions organizes an online workshop “New technologies for monitoring of large-bodied wild-animals and free-ranging livestock: challenges and opportunities”.

Date: 5th of May 2021

Location: ZOOM platform

Time: 9:00 – 13:00 / CET

The purpose of the workshop is to share the experience on the use of drones and other remote sensing technologies for monitoring large-bodied wild animals and free-ranging livestock in Finland, Latvia, Norway and Poland. Experts will discuss challenges and opportunities for technology adoption in wildlife management, as well as build a network for future transnational cooperation.

The workshop is dedicated to wildlife management institutions, land use management organizations (forestry, agriculture), nature conservation and protection institutions, hunters, veterinary services, owners of free-ranging livestock, researchers, university students, technology developers, infrastructure developers, operators of hunting tourism, and policymakers.

Click here to register for the workshop. Registration is open until the 28th of April.

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Workshop is a part of the “Biobord open innovation platform connecting bioeconomy developers in BSR” (ConnectedByBiobord) Nr. X011 project, which is financially supported by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2017 - 2020 programme.

Welcome!

Dear @ConnectedByBiobord @RDI2CluB and @Biotalouskampus_staff , if you are interested in new technologies and wild life/free ranging animal monitoring - this is the event for you!

More information above, including registration information (DL 28.4).

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The purpose of the workshop was to share the experience on the use of drones and other remote sensing technologies for monitoring large-bodied wild animals and free-ranging livestock in Finland, Latvia, Norway and Poland. Experts discussed challenges and opportunities for technology adoption in wildlife management, as well as raised the needs and ideas of the future transnational cooperation. The workshop was dedicated to wildlife management institutions, land use management organizations (forestry, agriculture), nature conservation and protection institutions, hunters, veterinary services, owners of free-ranging livestock, researchers, university students, technology developers, infrastructure developers, operators of hunting tourism, and policymakers.

Please find event material from here: Video: New technologies for wild and free-ranging animal monitoring