Wildlife Computers is excited to announce its latest data product for the MiniPAT. ATS (Activity Time Series) is a time series option that tracks any active event (outlier) of the tag/animal outside the normal range of activity. ‘Active events’ occur when the tag statistically identifies outliers in...

The new live map feature is delighting clients around the world. We are continually adding features including a flashing icon to indicate an active tag and the ability to hover over a location to see additional details. Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium posted a great...

Nigel Hussey, Bob Hodgson, and Shannon MacPhee stopped by the Wildlife Computers office recently and told us all about their latest research project. Nigel and Bob’s project started out as a standard research project but morphed into a larger ecosystem project encompassing Greenland sharks, Narwhals,...

SPOT tags are highly versatile location trackers for rugged marine applications. The SPOT-387 is no exception. This tough little tag (only 59 mm long and 39 g) stands up to what a turtle can throw at it including bumping and rubbing against hard surfaces. The SPOT-387...

We introduced our new bird tag—Rainier-S20—last fall after a lot of work, field trials, and preparation. One of our field trials just had it’s one-year-anniversary and the tag is still going strong....

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