Rapid and accurate detection
of wildlife, measure impact, monitor recovery
QUT has established the Conservation AI Network for the automated detection of fauna from drones and camera traps, and analysis of vegetation at local and landscape scales. With an initial focus on koalas, we process data using high-performance computing and AI technology developed by QUT.
The Conservation AI Network is a portal for community groups and agencies from all over Australia to leverage top tier infrastructure and expertise. We aim to translate data into knowledge to allow for better decision making so that effective strategies for habitat protection and resilience can be implemented.
Meet the Team
The Conservation AI Network team is led by Associate Professor Grant Hamilton, and comprises members from the QUT Science and Engineering faculties as well as the VISER facility within QUT’s Research Infrastructure Portfolio.
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