Seeing Thermal: Stopping Poachers in Their Tracks

Seeing Thermal: Stopping Poachers in Their Tracks
Recording: Seeing Thermal: Stopping Poachers in Their Tracks, Mar 13, 2018

$20 billion. That’s how much wildlife criminals are estimated to make annually from illegal wildlife trade. Demand for elephant ivory & rhino horn has reached unprecedented levels & poachers are more dangerous than ever. FLIR, World Wildlife Fund, an acclaimed journalist & a park ranger will discuss thermal cameras and AI deployed across Africa, tech that’s enabling rangers to protect themselves & the world’s most endangered species. It’s working. Poachers are being stopped.

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Primary Entry: Music Badge, Platinum Badge, Film Badge, Interactive Badge
Format: Panel
Event Type: Session
Level: Beginner