Camera traps are being used all around the world to better understand how wildlife populations are changing. Protected area managers, researchers, local communities, and many others have collected millions of camera trap photos and are collecting more information every day. Yet most of these photos are not effectively shared or analyzed, leaving valuable insights just out of our grasp.
Watch the story of a camera trapper at Colombia’s Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute who is using Wildlife Insights to document and preserve the biological diversity in Caño Cristales, the country’s remote upper Amazon region
Wildlife Insights is combining field and sensor expertise, cutting edge technology and advanced analytics to enable people everywhere to share wildlife data and better manage wildlife populations. Anyone can upload their images to the Wildlife Insights platform so that species can be automatically identified using artificial intelligence. This will save thousands of hours, freeing up more time to analyze and apply insights to conservation.
By aggregating images from around the world, Wildlife Insights is providing access to the timely data we need to effectively monitor wildlife. We are creating a community where anyone can explore data from projects around the world and leverage data at scale to influence policy.
Wildlife Insights provides the tools and technology to connect wildlife “big data” to decision makers. This full circle solution can help advance data-driven conservation action to reach our ultimate goal: recovering global wildlife populations. Learn more about Wildlife Insights AI.
Inform decisions about the areas and wildlife you're managing
Get a clear assessment of wildlife health with customizable reports
Monitor impacts on key ecosystems and wildlife populations
Build predictive models and forecast outcomes under climate change and other threats
Ensure the wildlife you depend on is thriving
Conduct wildlife science in your own back yard
Inform effective program design and monitor wildlife populations
Get a glimpse into the world of wildlife and browse photos of our world's natural systems
Collectively, the Wildlife Insights partnership has decades of wildlife monitoring experience and millions of camera-trap images from around the world.