The Earth's vital signs are far from healthy. For example, huge numbers of plant and animal species are threatened with extinction. Climate change is increasing the prevalence and severity of natural disasters. And our oceans are 10 times more polluted than they were in 1980.
We believe that technology should not be in opposition to nature. Instead, it should help nature thrive and reduce the impact of human activities on the planet. To develop sustainably, we need come together and reduce humanity's collective footprint. We need to take less and give more.
Monitoring the use of natural resources and taking measures to avoid exhausting them.
Bioacoustics and cloud AI detect the sounds of threats to the rainforest ecosystem and local wildlife such as the binturong, including the chainsaws used for illegal logging.
Bioacoustics and cloud AI technologies help study local wildlife, such as the spider monkey, and detect threats like illegal logging and gunshots, sending real-time alerts to rangers.
Amur tigers and leopards are repopulating in China’s northeast thanks to networked cameras and AI analytics that help study and protect local wildlife.
Bioacoustics and cloud AI technologies have been deployed to detect the gunshots of poachers that threaten local animals, including the endangered Balkan chamois.
Helping conservationists to monitor endangered species, detect human interference, and develop ways to protect habitats.
Forecasting and monitoring natural disasters and applying smart systems to mitigate the effects of natural disasters.