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Eyes in the skies: Drones, satellites and digital data for nature conservation

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in thanks for having me here i guess i would forget it area and I'm going to tell you a little bit about dynamical technology we're using them for conservation so
where we in the world we understand that our we ever increasing population if it's consumption we only have 1 planet of tourists in you my dad went to the climate Martin had a shirt that said there is no plan at the and possibly 1 planet and basically I the goal of the area is threefold we of emissions have on based on 3 pillars and we want protect natural areas protected areas and wildlife we want per wrote Natural Resource Conservation self sustainable use and ensure a more efficient resource use so basically eliminating pollution ends on this is the goal of the RBF and you might be wondering what peanut butter has to do that and I'll explain a little bit
and works globally on the map and inference you every dark gray country is the place a we have an office or representations and every origin area as a we college terrestrial priority ecoregion and the blue areas are the marine ecoregions and today I'm gonna tell you honestly about 40 from projects on that we have around the world and the stars are represented there are Morgan start with closely is Africa and Mozambique yeah
yeah then going to go to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Central Africa and I'll show you some call videos from the Northern Great Plains in the United States and and finally I'm an example the cool project in Malaysia Sabah so this is
my entitled I came over and to Germany from diarrhea US and I stay because the game is really great title has 43 letters and it Somerset invented windows that silly the 1st word i learned people over here we say that and what is it mean balls Obregon every German words are altogether involves satellites remote too far away Exploration specialists that's what I do basically I and I I observe there's I explore the there's on primarily with satellites but as an unexplained as a lot of new technologies now that enable us to go beyond just highlights the drones airplanes kites you name it I'm
so remote sensing where does this come from I'm actually old science and 1 of the pioneers of remote sensing in the 18 eighties home with his French gentlemen who attached a camera to a kite and the kite at them for a few system and it would take photos the and this is 1 of the 1st remote sensing follows from that kind pretty amazing over 18 hundreds right so I'm seeing something from the from so high up couple years later
we had our arms and Germans in the game and obviously the school photo somewhere western Germany have you noticed with on the edges of the photo and it's the wings of this Bavarian pigeon core With the advent of small cameras against your 1st go pro and they're able to basically tie them to for pigeons and have them fly around how many they would take part so this is really like the 1st attempt the remote sensing which is I'm basically
seeing something from far away from above from a new perspective on and it can really provide just lots of interesting information on more than you can see on the ground you can see a lot more on from up in the sky so that was the 19 hundreds where we know and this is actually the representation of every satellite space station and piece of space debris and that is around the world there's a website called stuff in space even go back actually click on every single 1 of those little box and see that they are are now 1 of them is the space station there's um tons of satellite communications satellites GPS satellites optical satellites which I'll show you on all that stuff is floating up there and some people like to track guess where everything is yeah
I guess we've come a long way yeah assessment of video and so of we so where we now and these are yeah yeah some of the newer satellites every so should you be 1 x the small 1 and this will allow it to be a lot from the international space station and this is a company called PlanetLab and they've actually created these tiny satellites that are the size of a
toaster on these basically cell phone technology and there on 2 guys in a garage in Silicon Valley and they made these satellites and that they want from the international space station they wanted like the EU 100 of them and and their goal is to image everywhere on
earth on every day because once they have 80 100 is that in space the be able to basically position everywhere I emissions the earth and so this is the astronauts taking the pictures of that munching from the international space station so we've come a long way from cameras
on pages I'm now we have these nanosatellites together about the state a just imagine that we you can take a picture of anywhere on Earth every day you decide to look at changes
because have to look at a lot of interesting things that and what we have now wheels of cell
phones right and we have cell phones with integrated GPS but this is an example of a project we have in Zambia where we've found given the smartphones to some local farmers and taught them how to use it and they can basically put data into a system this is an example of the agricultural monitoring system or helping people implement new and the conservation agriculture methods and name document how much they planted what's there and if this had been any baboons er hippos elephants coming in reading the crops and so on and
we can show that all in real time so when our guys in Zambia hit sense the data pops up on a map I deleted the technologies that are really enabling us to connect the world I'm and to see what's happening on and that's a makes me a remote sensing specialists is I said very desk most the time I mean I can see all these things remotely the and we also take we do go back to the old are mike is the old methodologies that this is a photo I took from a kite that's me with the kite going on there I attached to gold grow to the sky in Zambia and you could see your car hiding the shade over there I I got 3 high up to about 100 meters on and we're looking into new ways that we can use kites and basically to fly in places where you have a lot of wince were maybe a drone might get taken away I'm and you know it a permit to fly kite anybody can fly kite it's really simple technology I'm so these are some of the cheaper ways and that we can take photos of what's on the ground yeah 3 of and tight
and so on get satellite
part of my job I'm involves using satellite imagery ends up I'm this is a cool project in Mozambique where we are mapping
actually what's under water so in Mozambique in
2012 was a new protected area implemented is the largest marine protected areas in Africa I mean it's in central Mozambique and is called progresses again this because it has a set of well 1st and 2nd islands which I guess of what they look like when they were discovered the call the 1st set of islands in the 2nd set of islands and you can see them here along the coast of Mozambique arm and they have fascinating wildlife and lots of interesting species lots of core it's on this thing there is that these little islands there really tiny if you go on Google a she wanna look at that and radiative all Google on this is what it looks like so you have the coast there and then you have this kind of pretty rough waters in these tiny little islands with Reese around them and on issues there is that you have lots of people depending on fisheries and there are lots of poor people there's lots of complex with other fisheries and so on any idea
that we have this new protected areas of his new part but in order to manage a apart need to know was there right it's just like if you had a watson the Tiergarten you need to know where your trees are roads are analyzing like that so we tell what is where enables managers so that island up there that's called the lemma made and this is what it looks like which 82 2 meter resolutions on satellite image from DigitalGlobe on that little bit on the top is an island in the whole area is the coral reef around it not to zoom into the islands and that's what it looks like arms and you can see a photo it's a pre bear him so and there's little light house right there and as kind of barely any trees and it's really in the middle of nowhere ancestry tougher people to get out there and it's really hard for our staff to live there and so on so we need to get a better view from space and you can see around island we have some
graphs and some quarreled and this is Canada looks like from the ground you had the sum is the boat I with someone those homemade sales I'm and as pilot 20 fishermen impact on that boat and it is a very labor intensive work at a very rough place to survive on the test but these people people and depend on a and so we took the satellite image and I had a really clever students from our University of Lund and around the boat she hired a boat with these guys and from the top photo there and PC McCall The Glass Bottom bucket article it's bucket with glass bottom on it just like it sounds and you put it down in the water the boat and you can take photos may look like the photo on the bottom and all around love offer a better you can see here they measured the depth with a sound there I mean all the different types of habitat for this off and basically from that we can determine from the satellite image you we can actually measure depth this is because no corals are photosynthetic organisms they live in Clearwater so light penetrates meaning that the satellite actually see the water and we can see the correlative the bottom of the the ocean basically so this is a satellite drive imagery an army considered
3 D N a right so you can actually see the corals better slightly shallower than the the sand around it and it's really cool for BC the figure out what's out there so we map the habitats all these different kinds of recent vegetation I am just show you what the I'm not good shots of like never been a sailor on a boat you get these charts to help you navigate and on the chart is really bad it was made in 1847 or something the British Admiralty date and what we did is we took that from information from the satellite images were able to update the nautical charts now we can have safeguard is reached against any shipwrecks nobody has any excuse not to see this sorry the map such as 1 example of how to use satellite imagery I'm next to show you on what we do it lasers on a plane the system airborne on imagery so a plane mounted there is another way to collect information on forest and this is this is a laser sitting on a plane it shifts from the pulse into the forest it bounces around and comes back and you can measure that and this is a funny enough an example I got from company I work with in southern Africa and if you can tell it's in the middle of that image trade or something that's that feels man reviews you it is that it's giraffes to have and the
giraffe got my god and basically this is that the light our data tells you have lasers that go down the balance over the trees may bounce all over the traps head and body and bounce back and we also and there's some positive government and the bond extracted data online just to show you will them more what looks like and cool 3 D this is an image of an urban light arms Arianna couldn't see itself in 3 D a B C you could see the roof the house you can see the billboard across the highway you can see the streets as the cosmos trees power lines yeah really cool way to collect data missing edges to the plane flying over time contraceptive yet pretty awesome From this is what looks like in the
Democratic Republic of Congo we collected over 400 thousand hectares of light the data and the last couple years that's an image on the top row from the plane it takes a photo that's it looks like Tracy Kennedy trees but then if you get a cross section of that force you can actually see how high the that can be is how high the structure is what it looks like in the forest and I am just we do that with the lighter we converted to canopy height we can digital terrain models and actually convert that to biomass and that's important because you want know how much carbon is stored in the force in the Democratic Republic of Congo in that the latter is really helps us to that to mitigate climate change and health and start these emissions reductions projects and so on and so we've provided that democratical a column of color with a national carbon map which has just been reporters just come out last week so we mapped all the forces in the Democratic plan the Congo over 2 . 2 million square kilometers of forest I 1 hectare resolution we can tell you how much I masses in and how precise accurate that it's in all the data on my touchy about is actually open data a talk at the same time right now by the European Space Agency armadas all bending share variety and you can download and I'll tell you where it so after the war and indices 78 as all came communing your drones every look strong so from so that I know that draws kind of get a bad name but at times and year drones you think Obama's bombing
this or something or a arm you watch this a homeland of their games the drone clean and I know everything they have missiles on them but they're just shows are not all that bad and I just say that I like to call them drowned I don't like to call them unmanned aerial vehicles because I'm a woman and so everything I do is I meant setting which is common drunk i'm and so there's actually a lot to do applications Jones is not just bombing isozyme and killing people it's on and there's a huge science and research component which is what I'm going talk talk you about you might have heard of arms and goods delivery Amazon and is delivering suffer drones now you can or something and and Washington DC I was there last Monday she a robot that was on the street and delivers your package and so totally autonomous package-delivery that's clearly military mob force that's on medical equipment delivery right you can deliver medicines where people need it and trafficking navigation obviously following people and of course all those cool photos and videos you see from drones and that's a big part of the drug industry but I wouldn't
have to you about I simple innovative ways of my colleagues have you strong so I used drugs Latin nice photos but my colleagues at the US have done way cooler stuff the drones so on and and this interesting problem we have here it's in the Northern Great Plains so it's there large area in the central US iconic landscape of grasslands and so on and what you have are these features called the black-footed ferrets and they're incredibly cute they
always look into the camera when they take the photo I don't see the video they just super super cute I but believe it or not is as a current wars they eat prairie dogs and
prairie dogs are considered from like the chicken nuggets of the great plains they're just the tasty bits that everybody wants eat but the problem is that the prairie dogs
got sick with a plate and the other really sick and then when there's no prairie dogs there's effect so I'm issue was that to save the variants it is vaccinate prairie dogs Harry vaccine the prairie dogs on Milner on a show you this video but the thing is the vaccines that they did is they had to put it in this kingdom buyer that that prairie dogs and eat so that's why I find peevers important apparently can't be chunky it has to be so those I'm due and so initially video right now about my colleagues and have to use the chance to basically say the fact that this is not the what is the truth of the speed 2 times
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John's is that while they're pretty affordable you can build yourself like this 1 was if I buy them on Amazon really cheap I have 3 jobs right now and as you can just get them delivered of either tomorrow of course all within the rules of being safe and so on and the great thing is that you can program and like he's up and they file by themselves and it it's kind of an it is a couple years ago I was really and hydro the likewise here we talk larger all this is so annoying you can get satellite imagery now that has 10 or 20 centimeter resolution you know why you need your own data and that practice for things like this and because you can get data in real time like right away you basically take a drone you out into the field and fighter unexpected data and I also like the fact that the drone removes the remote part of my job because it means I can actually go into the field and the other ground and like work my colleagues and find that data and so I get to connect a little bit more on you know to the environment so a dropping the satellite would up in a remote part of my job have right the last example militia show you um for your the questions is on some work he pictures this basically I'm a great and projected and Malaysia the these are the a ring attains another thing and hangs they live in the poorest they live in that up an canopy and then of course there could also critically
endangered with fires and land use change deforestation conversion of Borneo forests you oil palm so i'm it so important to know where the ratings lives how many of them there are n and how they're doing and so the way they
usually survey nest is with helicopters so it's really expensive you fly helicopter around you 5 people sitting in it and they count basically from above and this is they catalog species actually also in Africa as well commented that the idea of maybe we could use the drawn to fly over the Forest take some photos and we can sort of thought and so the Joan and Melissa fixed-wing so it up 5 flights lot longer you program it kind of fires around it comes back to download the data you look at the photos and initially photo and had nothing to do is any on arranging Messmer photo but there are in fact is all circles around them and there's like 5 or 6 I'm sorry trains colleagues at the Malaysia would
look at the photos circle them the nest and try to find out how many nest that were in the image it was interesting as they compare that
to our counting the same area the nests from the ground as well as kind of a helicopter an interesting thing areas well results the John action that back on of course to get more of nests near the ground because you can see them and you can go there and but you actually get more nests counted accurately from the John them from a helicopter on so that shows really easily y it's cheaper and easier to just buy a job on the ground of of course
is not always ideal to go underground it's really hard to get to its it's a use mass sometimes so the John is actually a really good suitable replacement so this is my convincing thing that maybe OK bind Jones can do that thing and then on that's kind when I started to buy them for myself so arms yeah In my talk is simply click and the 2nd all open data we have and all the information on that we produce at that we have this website called deal that Canada work and why you wanna check it out and back to the front page if you just saw that click right there and we have a whole story map on the black-footed ferret work on which includes the vaccinating part you saw that also part where they actually map for all these are prairie dogs live and all those little mounds and so on and then you can see all the information and data we do on the front page also have an Open Data site you
can click down on will build up Canada and take good take are open data that were added to all the
time and word soon going to release all of the light our data and the biomass data that was
developed for the Democratic Republic of Congo
projects hands on so you can access our data there of contact us I see or working and so on so
yeah so so thanks for attending my tongue and come and find some but included
and so thank you very much a early Shapira opens several of World Wide Fund of nature and no you know what as is that slides remote explorations special is done as an what we don't know is um which questions you want as an you that this is now the median I'm from . Savannah and she's of journalists and now all it's a giant through it and not everyone the Pretoria talk great presentation makes it sort of 1st of all I want to tell you everything you say you know I totally agree with you on drawings and not calling bomb on managerial vehicles in because if you I a I died a little inside inside
black-footed ferret from carnival reason totally temporally dog yeah 50 no you are my favorite hold on finally fell according to this 1 this is the only 1 I don't know that he was out there so that the good also tell us how to get into this Christians do tho I ever going to school in Canada I was I love map who doesn't love maximally of my apartment and I just started loving man thinking that I of and the energy of the ruins and and that has a certain I just love that I started taking on gesture graphic information systems and in college and I went to grad school and I just didn't stop and the whole satellite thing I'm tellin there and like when Google Earth came around that was with the cool thing ever and so
that that's the series to study the similarities sensing forever hello OK well it's funny that you mention Google Earth because obviously you know when people talk about remote sensing ruderals people are worried they're being spied on the data is the collective penalty come across that in Germany and all that just the little yet but so what you think most people would you so it's actually of a problem with
terms right answer without imagery most the time you can't see anybody doing anything can recognize anybody on but there is a lot of Jerome laws administered to spy on people which is why I do not lie at your Berlin if you see somebody like interval in the regular law on because you're not supposed to be a little look into people's apartments a if you get someone doing illegal activity and you're a legally spying on them like you said this leads you should do it at the so I and the other is that you I'm in Germany and in Zambia we the we actually ask for permission of everyone anyone who want doesn't want to be seen by the drone go in your house I'm energy to get you wanna have your video taken that aided but Don gap in in Europe and in Germany is an issue we don't need permission from the black-footed ferrets anything that's good on but that's only if somebody consider that and you find that it's a challenge getting acceptance for this kind of text when you're on the field and people love all the Johnson they go not like these photos of me with like a hundred kids in Zambia like going crazy about it a robot arm people are urges that the naturally attracted to cool robotic stuff and so for that they like it and also you term remote Earth but is everybody doing on lord the 1st they do they look for the house right everybody does that and so our houses look in history we know it is about like 0 my my car is there and so I went that when I when I 1st and Mozambique and we brought printed out photos of these high resolution satellite like that coral reef image I showed you and everyone was immediately all this also like all that's where I live in my village and they're like to see for decision and they actually I tell them they can have a post that then it's like I habit poses in my hand in the rhythm of my handing out paper cuts like on all 4 fingers like that's how much they they want these maps so I'm so for that I think it's like hugely acceptance and they just love to see it and even you could be in the most remote place in Africa and like people draw understandable John the dirt like this houses where the river is and this is where I go and when they see them Salonen it's like they understand it's actually well I think it's actually really easy to to get accepted that will that use really cool but eventually paper cuts on your hand is but that's probably not be distort hazard you've ever face notion of that body found a common sentiment understood tossed up in volume and then it finds that the thing so what you say your biggest challenge was a little yields you know i'm was that many and being asked
for bribes Texas was a hard 1 don't have rise and there there was a time when we found is that yes the mother's mind when I travel experiences so we're traveling in the Democratic Republic of Congo went on this trip was like to be able right up the river and can use all the steps and we're gonna 5 days and somehow no any money like my colleagues
only right euros and euros like were vastly nothing there and I just haven't had like 37 US dollars on me and I had to support 6 people for 5 days at 37 dollars and you know you and until there kind of orthogonal its kind hard mineral like bartering like I was treaty-like granola bars for alive Doc has of dinner in life you know you have to kill yourself I didn't kill it that we had our VO Geritol that although we didn't alike it was on the book for like 3 days and was like really scared on those difficult at like basically go to these little markets in the middle of nowhere and they never see why people and I'm using a big a lot of money and like was I only have a dollar 50 cents I can you for those pebbles and 2 carrots and so had to like gap basically this is a hard core negotiating but we survived I'm glad to what was you whatever this
presentation that know is that this seems a long way if I was sitting 1 on the 1st nite on all the guys like 10 years to can make any like I was a mom like you pictured here is the path of our budget on gas so is the the life in US linearly I was the only woman on the trip and I wasn't the only reason person the what happened you a lot is so in the remote sensing specialists career not only the totally photographs that that
the total guises the vendor the DLR added to sentence to lift out fights and that's a lot of the guys on tactical computer people I guess I don't know I mean here's solidified his lover women but I'm in my job is so it's a very male-dominated world the largest companies there are mostly men yeah think about how the digital i guess remote-sensing scientists conference area whole can only be belching and again I think of the
engineering fields and unless the system exactly but speed change I mean you've been doing this for about 10 years now so you've seen a lot of the technology trying to develop in meets and bounds many could tell us a little bit more about how much has changed in the 1st started doing this job so when I 1st
started as in university there was no google Earth 1st of all and we had like 2 elderly A is added the case you download like 1 satellite image you would take like all nite to download it and it would take days to work on it and now it's like no takes a 2nd I'm using a simple tools as giving a talk is about Google Earth Engine is this amazing platform which is a cloud-based platform and you can
basically process like gigabytes in gigabytes of data like 2 seconds and said she's everything of course all the different satellites so back in the nineties and I started it was basically only 1 the 2 satellites you can work with person only basically 1 that was available and free and then now there's like more more satellites and every year they get higher resolution higher resolution and like I member the 1st high-resolution satellite image I saw on me as a manager of Florida and and where were to the previous job and you could see the people playing doubles and singles tennis and that's a solid blew my mind you could see in the tennis court like in the image if there were 2 people or 4 people playing fall and so that handling or if the kid feels a work of but it was that Ehrlich pretty amazing what when like that whole revolution happened with all those commercial satellites that kind of like that literally change everything I think that made everything on that just way
more insane and only got better so now this thing is a lot of the spy satellites show there's lots of even higher resolution up there but now that these little satellite officially for lands that you can see penguins you can see losses you can see animals now on yeah we've seen elephants in some imagery we've seen some hippos and stuff that's going about a giraffe by way from that what like you was a direct you wouldn't have known in in the uh readers yeah you have shown so you're talking about all about you're talking about all the advantages that have been achieved through the use of this technology but have there been any limitations has really all been great so that's and that's a good question has
anything the great I'm was badly needed get what would have been initiated do yield OK after everybody was defined species they 1 account tigers without imagery you can do with the Tigers I don't the trees arm a lot of other species unary people work as the all-time they account species of sites akin to that found color can tell you what types of trees there are some things that people always ask something like that or on also like why did something happen I can tell you that this force that cut down you can tell you is there now I really can't tell you why am so sometimes China People's Front back in the more that and all and I can't that happiness like people we wanna map happiness we can map happiness but but still not nearly as love the notion is that of those life at nite at nite and the the book but it's not really interesting but I
just want to go back to the Tigers of you can't not tigers because of how they behave yeah and so on this thing we've added and so for example in Africa we have all this high resolution data in southern Africa and is an area where we count the buffalo and the satellite passes over 10 in the morning and not tell you where most the buffalo arts in the morning the hiding under the 1 little bit a shade the semantic and so on so that's why would know if an animal hides under something like not see it so we can see really through trees and we can't see under trees so when the Alamo also come out of the water or whatever in the flood plain and they have no drinker whatever then we can see them but we can from above you can really see like around things maintain varied seems it seems OK to assume you can only see what's there you have what was immediately after the ball exactly if there are but where would you like to see the type go from here so steadily more affordable and more
accessible so our we still by a lot of satellite imagery and it's kind of expensive and it it's a difficult thing I know a coffin make satellite launch it on so it's courses should pay those people for what they do but I feel like more data should be available to people like us to make it more accessible to do good things straight out I don't mind charging like the pedagogic paper money on the national intelligence agency of the United States should pave sorry the money for satellite imagery but let the people pay but I think the people like us and civil society and people are trying to get should not have to pay a lot of money and they should be limited by what's on what's available and then only thing that's and is also still the limiting I guess is that when you fly own invalid data it's actually takes like days to process the data and vesicle faster which these we should be better that on so yes I'd like to be the sea of words closing down sorry issues like our computers limited I guess until like assesses relates computing power computing power just like you know I click the button and go home I come back next and still running on like that should be it
should not be a problem these take we shouldn't we shouldn't have like more powerful computers like that but yeah just like to see more more access to data and on also the sad thing is happening in a lot of countries are prohibiting drones they get scared of them right and then of course people do stupid things of drones all time someone fluid drawn into an airplane in Lusaka and so now you can don't anymore and those stupid people need to stop buying the Jones around airports and let people like scientists by drones legally and safely and you know in this league if forget so and it is 1 point that we have reached try not to have too many laws against around because that unfortunately limiting people before they even have a chance to embrace the technology work with them but is regulation that the key to sort of limiting the bad human behavior around drones so in the gap exactly I mean you do have to limit on the very here like high on the unknown of accentual group on facebook and these people they fly over like cities and people and beaches and like you just off for survivor people like you could kill someone when you're drone crashes and to somebody doing that stuff and so like the just spreading around on the internet like that's bad with the US
does is that anybody who has a journeys to register with FAA the to like take a small class and sound basically of if you're sitting in your house and some Pfizer drone over you you can complain and they'll say all this for people around you who have to register drowned set of 1 of them in it and so you can kind of have a little bit more natural stuff so I think that's actually a good thing and I think most people who buy and John on Amazon at my job came with no directions so there wasn't even a book and they just sent you to and down and I've cashed million times and so they watch like a couple of tutorial there was a I watch a video of the of the video gave for how hard could be but it's actually really hard optimal in same that way and it's that is actually really dangerous there was a as as a show a like the propellers can actually likes leaders broke out so you can hurt people so general and end on 31 they get really big like that so I guess if you got a substance to the drones like teach people Morris so when I'm teaching my
colleagues my on social media colleagues with digital on our photographer colleagues had drones and with good practices and always lie with someone else in the not site like this to learn the other John classes that finds very compliant because you can't really side of a line like legally so you know it I'm sure will figure that out that his effort to fight in fact they're talking know lots of people having access to drones and a lot of the conversation around sensors is just how ubiquitous they've become and how they will continue to become ubiquitous criteria are we actually looking at a future work everyone can be a remote sensing specialists or everyone will be 1 that's a great question actually have you would draw your basically a remote sensing specialists that so as soon as you take a picture of going from far away and use it that's exactly we're doing so on the ad maybe everyone maternal and completeness so I can
also be a so the found include O'Connell's that's a listing that any of the training last to thought I was on the the 1 of gap that's all that's a great idea I think we should open up the floor to questions in a while but 1st I want you to know why was the peanut butter blue in that video that's a great question I would like that the the period of the medieval will have a lot of other jobs because of the the gage I had to do with the vaccine that was in memory as really weird story rehousing in effect of the I don't know if at all as something like the it's like blue were the prairie dogs likely all rights to on Christie blind from the video and year so think it doesn't look very appetizing I wouldn't even if the thinking so yeah does anybody have questions for early who differently that the yeah we're almost there Bush is super excited about the I
cannot say polyacetylenes invented and that's the only it's probably my fault unilaterally as having everybody all right I think that's better hi my name is Samir that I am actually um during my PhD with John Simon communication engineers so that's where all the excitement all your reading I applications that you talk about big is basically in my field I feel like we are not doing a lot of occasions very excited to develop systems but we don't care too much input from you know this people who were really interested in this technology because as you said people are scared of Johnson Alan yeah and hopefully I will talk about that more in mice and speech tomorrow but my question is are you own may be considering the um working with uh some research groups about that because like you said there's uh the time when you're doing you're um rich route coverage of an area and at that time where you can find the Ruffalo or something like that then you can consider using thermal cameras of something like this a kind of a technology that is mainly developed already by researchers and maybe you can come needed foster for you do not perform all would you want to do for example you said it's really hard to kind of analyze the pictures that you get and maybe this is already there because we already looked that this and we might have something to support you so they're like for example uh if you want to go into the forest and like you said it's harder to find the target the Tigers the hidden maybe you can have the gone technology already developed specifically for this kind of emissions like I have a 2nd resonance is the OK let's let's do that has a certain manner and the 2nd crowd Jose yet so I'll show it is the limit of some of the technologies
on when I apply that around as a satellite remote sensing specialist I'm interested in mapping so I do this kind of panning and thing with the drone and I create a 3 D model which gives information on the Kennedy in the holes and so on in terms of finding species I don't really much to promote binding species but was a huge part of what it does is we do install camera traps also thermal camera traps which are basically of motion down on detecting cameras when something walks by the camera goes on I'm in like camouflage and hidden we see poachers and we see you know animals and so on so we do use a lot of we use crowdsourcing a lot of time so identify and we put these videos these pictures online in crowds of people many-body system scientists can come and all that was a poacher and that's a chimp another gorilla arm CSO aceMedia use last 7 we even discover visited by University last week that they use terrestrial light are which is this site penny is like a little cylinder they put on a grounded basically scantronic it is often 3 D image like of the forest and they can analyze it and give you destruction and so on and so after we do use a lot of different things for for species and and from these detections and non a big 1 right now is the and sounds and the old smartphones and putting them up and then they detect sounds they can test out birds and which species there and how many species are there and also hearing gunshots approaches and so on so I'll use it as a value be at is a lot we do we work a lot with universities and I was just at Duke University last month and works with the school we had a German Conference in there about 50 people there from all around and were building a lot of machine learning on projects and so on and we work at Humboldt University here on a result a lot of universities our that you can contact me for more ideas and work operations against you know the question or yes vote so that so that the whole universe has theory to read and just sorry orientation who else has a question OK so 1 2 3 no OK 0 man
I'm sorry all of the cells cell that knowledge about is I this is a very short question as you're working with this verb are and what do you think is going to be the effect of using drones when you have like this ecosystem standard burden on because we experience the birds really threatened by the strong and reflect that actually question because on the company that
makes my drone has like YouTube channel and I I get really crazy when I see they have these shows that like fly right over elephants right of a draft draft all running away on and that's terrible like terrorizing all the drones on so we'll do that when I was there I finally to the meters high you can barely see it and different on here at home but elephants a particularly scared of droves because the sum of the health and to scare these have and it's actually data if used scare 20 elephants there's a villager by those people really really upset with resultant comes trampling the houses and stuff so I'm part of the that things we discusses competent Duke was actually so many things like other people were waking up there is lit thrown straight they're like 0 hybrid barely to
by the strong came and we get up and it's just than without the heart rate goes up and this is part of the stuff of like people should stop doing stupid stuff that drones is that I don't wanna see people like add buzzing overdraft had with a drone and so on on the should really be like a community of practice like kind of some smart island that we should do addition flyover people you there I was in Malta for vacations sunbathing draw was flying over my head and had to be really annoying I I I think I chose to be really like-for-like far out in the wildlife away from people and away from the so they can damage and try to be as remote as noninvasive as possible so OK next question earlier on it now had
follow that no it was actually just more don't come the I was wondering if the Bavarian pigeons ever looked at from the bailout automation taking a job that it has family I haven't looked at with pigeons really OK living noise this Salome is going to be a great talk about a model of about what of technical statistics and do it to a is a question firm idea of what was the most unexpected thing you found something that with drugs which have withdrawn so just a general of images so the energy so there was 1 time on and somebody called me up and Archie like office and they're like hey there's a
bit plantation the national park might there's no way there's a banana plantation National Park at the national park it's like Yosemite it's like the you know any net of our like this is impossible so I bought images like it is and I bought a new image from Mike come months ago and there was a banana plantation the National Park arm and is the park with his elephants and things like fishing taxes of the school species and this is the national park was crazier than the ones that they sell like the dual logo on there and I know of Joel is marketing is in this National Park while this lentil and had a subsidiary who planted of bananas like all data in the legacy of images huge that field in his National Park on the great thing that we brought the images to go to court and they like we're able to shut down the plantation and it was all over the BBC news you can read about it and so that was kind of unexpected as evolving that I once see a banana plantations National Park well what
happens we add a theory that is task could this happen and yeah and express it but my name is fixed at the moment I'm going to go to be a remote sensing specialist for the and yes uh and uh so the question is the WWF are you doing some project and you work at the moment yeah we and so we have offices all over Europe I when a
Germany office after does a lot of things in Bavaria and we've offices and that's how strolls along all of C and everything and we do do a lot of you may be about the walls for the allowable conservation links conservation Sorensen sensible newer of remote sensing and over both in the specifically I I have a little bit with that were doing some fishing analysis and also seems so we use some data we were the actually it's use of data to look at fishing nets on people that might have been abandoning the fishing nets in the kind of flow around and you can see them and also and we do track fishing vessels and I've seen this summer stuff coming out of bound by Google oceans things but we have data that we could track boats and see where they are and see if people active fishy stuff but I found that it is not illegal things that we did do some have remote sensing in Europe and our I need I talk with the French Office under their friends because I'm also have French and and we do do call work in French Guiana which is technically Europe on so yeah that that just happens to be in South America that with the OK next question over there now over K and was who
think that the that's always about standing up and hiring things for the torque and I'm really excited to have a conservation tech talk here also and and I'm wondering people are not working a lot like Global Innovation gathering we have all these innovations have stirred up lots of maker spaces is there anything on for you know conservation and tact vertex for consideration that works in a similar way or
is that something used to we should have what you think how do you network globally that's a good idea and think we have any like that because I'm sure on a weekend polymake really cool drones on which ended on the school articles a high school young school hope should Berlin and try to cover that a solar power drawn to fly further on which is really cool I'm sure there's lots of cool stuff that can be done with camera traps and so this camera traps for example and like I worked to the other to the United Arab Emirates UAE and there's a park there that is working with and the other goes up this camera traps and you know walk for like 8 hours in the hot sun and carry like 20 Q host of water and stuff to go set up these camera traps and when the battery dies you go back and get the house and likewise it anyway throughout a way to Lake and make it more Wi-Fi connected and things like that or deliver which owns something or find their way up to bases and sending pour in terms there in terms of send out there and they spend out death on that and that is a lot to be done I disagree OK yeah I don't know that much about it but I'm sure there's lots of bike cool technology some this does acoustic monitoring the user's telling about like that all cell phones like that someone's cool idea and but I'm sure there's a lot more yes but something like that
no other questions yeah good so it's it's your challenge the last time so any anybody wants to the pose the question or anything and so it's your time at times that covered all of those things it if I don't have another question asked another and your description mentions a doing a PhD on the river description area discussed situation and so any of the personal questions so feel free to avoid this and I'm wondering if you know how that works for you is combining science and then apply conservation actually working uh and not you know going the usual route of junior masses you PhD working
again and getting all that together of that work for you so I'm tackle questions like I did get my masters right after university and I had applied for a PhD program actually the University of Maryland which is the killer remote sensing school and I'm think it like 21 years old and I was like walking around the school like visiting in all the this students like older and have kids and stuff and I just had this thing in my mind as agreed on the 25 1 I have a peachy and I will have never worked like a day in my life a full time job like not counting like waiting tables and and I was like OK and I have a internships to something else like I think to get some experience of like what's really happening in the world because busses that they were studying which is like totally ridiculous it into the forest with a rifle and we shot the trees and the better the trees came down in the new cut value you compare the chlorophyll 2 would you got the satellite image and like that's great like what is due for anybody and it didn't really and conservation perspective on so I got a job at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration which is the American ocean service and we did this for it allows a call reef under water stuff and I learned so much they're obviously like how the order imagery and like how much it costs and and had presented conferences have write articles like all that stuff was so useful and adding more than I would ever learned how to teach the end on and also like when they when you take of our gentlemen of frantic analysis when you go to class University and study remote sensing they give is beautiful images and there have any cloud to from like Boulder Colorado or like synthesis go all answers so easy is created to still Click here and like I can analyse manage but in the real world this cloud everywhere the shadows and there's like all this other garbage and it's the possible and they don't ever teach you that and so they get think that's where the real world wasn't so my 1st out remember I she spent 6 months like drawing around clouds because we don't have a method to remove them and then you take but the cloud and move it over to the for the shadow was and that's how you got rid of the clouds and shadows of all by hand and our so think like that was actually born and I decided to get my PhD because as I work a lot with Humboldt University in Berlin from the great genetics program and process can be them and I get I have all these ideas and have exceeded drove stuff and that the Congo stuff this kind part of my PhD so I'm basically publishing papers and doing it on my work and have enough time you anything that's going to take me forever but I but I did the time like is extremely cold ability you real ciencies stuff and publish articles but with the Hubble clauses is that I might 1 the few people that actually have like applications right then all these guys again computers they make algorithms but we can actually use them like the stuff that I making we put on will deal and people actually use the stuff we can apply it and we can see what works and what doesn't work out so sexual have a cooler and way to do science so I would say it so important a job fast the sea without their before going back to school yeah someone 1 of the question and and and don't way I think that the of the last question right the she's time so that
the I want to and and so I would like to know I mean all of the of the of all these images you taken all the data so there um in in the very end they serve to constellation of nature so when you see an infraction like the banana plantation you gave us that example when this year things like that they reported to the government of they are a given to the press or how do you proceed so yeah it really depends a place in and what are the results governments react pianos of things down like that annotation is so that was a specific case where we had people that went to their to court and they brought like the basically filed a complaint on on but you're
right it really depends on so I work in the Democratic Republic of Congo which is actually the least democratic country in the world and that they don't wanna know there had been no anybody even know that people are doing bad things and we need to be really careful especially you we have offices in these countries so it's really difficult if I go around like a look at the government did this horrible thing I you know here Congo and know and my office is there we could actually put them in trouble or put them in danger and so it's a little bit of a balancing act as a lot of countries where it's really difficult to me to be really careful Indonesian another 1 on where we can just go out there and say that all you that's the kind only a forest in 2012 on plantations even though you can see it on Google Earth Alan they get to be really careful about that so it's a lot of like working with the with the local offices and local offices are the ones who are in touch with the government and you can kind of massager help us determine what is allowed and what is not allowed of what's gonna get us into trouble a lot so we have to be really diplomatic and so what are these we say that were not like Greenpeace rates of Greenpeace's very vocal you you know very climbing on buildings and naming and shaming and we try to be a little bit more democratic diplomatic sorry I'm to really kind of show people that they're doing something that is so that they could do better and not just like embarrass them and and make them you know look bad and so on because that's not really gonna get you anywhere in end so that's that's kind of how we do it and it all depends whether it's a government or sometimes will maybe she the information a great diesel feed that information to another NGO will make lots of noise and bang the pots and pans that on this it really needs to be strategic and cancer where abbreviation founded in science arm and so we really need to know meeting a role as nice as usual clears scientists you just sharing information that is a question but sounds really
pragmatic yeah which after the but I guess is and we're out of time that and in the world this is still OK I think we are in time and that's in that's for effect and thank you for the big um I lost my words that you didn't make a lot of what talk and thank you for for your questions thank you for your request in as an element was known the million from the Dutch working as journalists of think you are at the hands of your own home for you talk about yours as a library and uh yes and no I will uh now and the big part this that sort of
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Titel Eyes in the skies: Drones, satellites and digital data for nature conservation
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Autor Shapiro, Aurélie
Dumalaon, Janelle
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DOI 10.5446/32978
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract In the past few years, WWF has been increasing its use of new digital technologies, including real-time smartphone data collection from field locations, development of online interactive maps and tools, and new data collected from airplanes and remotely operated drones for forestry, species and ecosystem monitoring, coastal and marine applications, and anti-poaching operations. This presentation will showcase some of the latest innovations.

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