In October 2018, satellite and acoustic telemetry tags were used to track the survival of six turtles during Hurricane Michael. Researchers used Wildlife Computers SPOT and SPLASH tags on three turtles, and the other three carried acoustic tags. The long-term effects of Hurricane Michael on...

This season’s Roosterfish Tagging Study took place in June in Costa Rica. The team successfully tagged a 41” Roosterfish around 25 lbs. which was released healthy with a satellite tag from Wildlife Computers. The tag will stay on the fish for the next two months...

When you get a call from a client saying that a tag isn’t working as expected, you send your intrepid mechanical engineer, Andy Leask, to Greenland to figure out what is going on. Field trials are critical to the research and development of new tags. Over...

[caption id="attachment_11055" align="alignright" width="200"] MiniPAT-390[/caption] Over the last three years, Wildlife Computers has put extensive effort and time into testing and reworking the nose cones on our pop-up tags. We incorporated knowledge from our old and current designs with new techniques to create a design that...

Fastloc® GPS, the most accepted and proven location acquisition technology, just got better. Fastloc 4, the latest version of Fastloc, gives you a tag that lasts longer and provides more reliable and accurate locations. Combining Fastloc 4 with LocSolve 2.0, the proprietary software used to...

The SPLASH tags are entering a new era, including a new name - we're getting rid of the "10" to differentiate between our current models and our new ones. As we upgrade our shapes with the new software, you may still see SPLASH10 tags. Our updated...

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