(Almost) EXISTING KITS

  • Fieldkit Easy to use environmental sensing.
  • Audiomoth a platform for environmental sound monitoring

also worth mentioning:


KITS FOR NON HUMANS

  • Plumelabs pigeons wearing air quality sensors

DATA SOURCES

EU wide data (European Commission JRC repositories)

….more to add


CROWD SOURCED DATA

  • iNaturalist app that probably has the broadest sets of species it can identify

also worth mentioning:


HANDS-ON TECHNIQUES

INSPIRING EXAMPLES

  • Wildbook (supported by Microsoft AIforEarth) blends structured wildlife research with artificial intelligence, citizen science, and computer vision to speed population analysis and develop new insights to help fight extinction.
  • Project Providence one of the most ambitious biodiversity monitoring projects using sensor tech

Also worth mentioning:

  • Athena combines three types of digital biodiversity heritage sources (textual sources, structured data and audio-visual material) are combined.
  • ForestForecast vegetation forecasting based combining millions of tree species records with climatechange models
  • Senseclues is a more conservation aimed platform
  • Agouti a platform for managing wildlife camera-trapping projects
  • Maxend open source software for modeling species niches and distributions
  • Carbonscen free software tool to estimate carbon implications of land-use scenarios

see also zoöp, deep_steward, machine_ecology