UgCS Drone Fleet Software Helps Scientists Count Penguin Chicks

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Scientists have been able to use multiple UAVs, managed by UgCS drone fleet software from SPH Engineering, to survey one of the largest Adélie penguin colonies in the world in under 3 hours.

UgCS drone fleet software has been used for everything from drone light shows to geospatial data applications. Scientists from Stanford University, Point Blue Conservation Science and Conservation Metrics were able to use the UgCS software to develop a system to autonomously survey a huge colony of Adélie penguins in the Antarctic. Using multiple drones, the project which would have taken 3 days was completed in a fraction of the time.

(Source: https://dronelife.com/2021/03/25/from-drone-light-shows-to-environmental-conservation-ugcs-drone-fleet-software-helps-scientists-count-penguin-chicks/)

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