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On the Wings of Robots - the Ups and Downs of Using UAVs in Conservation: ABCG Thematic Meeting

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Please join ABCG for an exploration of the current uses, potential developments, and challenges of using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in conservation.
When Apr 02, 2014
from 09:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Where World Wildlife Fund, US 1250 24th Street, NW Washington DC, DC 20037
Contact Name
Contact Phone 202-492-7354
Attendees David Wilkie
Lilian Pintea
Joeseph Campagna
Aliyah Pandolfi
Isaac Shpantzer
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In this meeting we will:

  • Review the scope of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in use in conservation
  • Understand the conservation opportunities UAVs provide and technical specifications needed
  • Identify opportunities for collaboration between conservationists, engineers, and UAV specialists
  • Explore security, humans rights, and other concerns


Speakers will include:

  • David Wilkie, Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Lilian Pintea, the Jane Goodall Institute
  • Joeseph Campagna, Artemis Inc, maker of Synthetic Apeture Radar
  • Aliyah Pandolfi, Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge
  • Isaac Shpantzer, Engineer and inventor
  • Others to be confirmed


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