Check out this quarter's newsletter for a look at how our prototype Scout-CTD tag is showing promising field results, the benefits of our redesigned leatherback tags, and greater insight on why your MiniPAT tag released. You will also find the latest research (June-September), stories on...

GPE3 provides light-based geolocation estimates of movements from the light data collected by our tags. Learn more about the key benefits of using this statistically robust tool....

As part of our commitment to improving quality and delivering innovative technology, we’ve released an update to the Wildlife Computers Data Portal with improved Fastloc processing. This new and improved process limits the number of outliers in your data to provide a noticeable improvement in...

Do you know what to do with your data after you download it from the Wildlife Computers Data Portal? Did you recover an instrument and need to figure out what to do with a full archive? Over the years, some of our amazing clients have...

A second Wildlife Computers MiniPAT was found earlier in October after popping off a striped bass named Freedom. Tag #2 is Found!  ...

Thank you all for an incredible year. We look forward to learning about all the new research projects in 2020. Wildlife Computers will be closed for the holiday season from December 20-January 2. We will be back in the office on January 3. Email at tags@wildlifecomputers.com...

Biofouling is a scourge for scientists and researchers using tags to collect data from marine animals. Not only does biofouling add drag and reduce overall hydrodynamic performance but can also impede, or worse, eliminate the tag’s ability to communicate with Argos satellites. When a tag breaches,...

Wildlife Computers released new tags over the last few months. Our LIMPET (Low Impact Minimally Percutaneous Electronic Transmitter) tags are widely used for cetacean tracking. The small footprint allows for deployment high on a dorsal fin to enable frequent transmissions to the Argos satellites. Last...

RECOVER is a research team working to understand oil-induced effects on fish. The program is funded from a grant from BP/The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. They chose to study mahi to expand existing research done with them in oil toxicology. They also provide a...

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