Intelligent Environmental Monitoring
Protection Solutions

Solutions for near real-time monitoring any soundscape with inbuild AI and Machine Learning capabilites communicating directly to the cloud.

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Multi-Sensor Soundscape Listener







Each listening device has systems to provide an autonmous solution.  Audio recording with cloud configurable timing. These are stored locally on an accessible SD card as well as passed through to the detector for acoustic indendification of targetted species. It can also send full recordings* to the cloud for regular retrieval and study so you don’t need to get off the SD card.

Coupled with local GNSS, alternative energy sources (Solar, Wind), and real-time communication options (mobile or satellite), these devices are trouble free.  The devices report their health on a daily basis and they can also be be remotely accessed by the engineers/biologists to ensure that it is has the latest models and retrieve any urgent reports.

The devices report their health on a daily basis and they can also be be remotely accessed by the engineers/biologists to ensure that it is up to date, has the latest detection models and retrieve any urgent audio files.

Near Real-Time monitoring

Self Powered and Comms

We help monitor and protect many different types of enviroments.

Our devices can listen to a wide spectrum to noises with the best dynamic range in the industry.

Invasive species detection

Endangered and rare species

Bat roost population monitoring

Coral and reef health

Fully Weatherproof

Ocean-going buoy based version


Non-Intrusive Monitoring

Sound monitoring is often non-intrusive, allowing for the observation of the environment without physically interacting with it. This can be particularly useful in wildlife research, where human presence might disturb natural behaviours.

Wide Area Coverage:

Sound Travels Over Considerable Distances, Providing The Capability To Monitor Large Areas With A Relatively Small Number Of Sensors. This Is Beneficial In Applications Such As Monitoring Ecosystems, Urban Noise Levels, Or Security In Open Spaces.

24/7 Monitoring:

Sound Monitoring Systems Can Operate Continuously, Providing Round-The-Clock Surveillance. This Is Advantageous In Scenarios Where Continuous Observation Is Essential, Such As Security Surveillance Or Environmental Monitoring.

Early Warning Systems

Sound Monitoring Can Be Used For Early Detection Of Specific Events Or Anomalies. For Example, With Invasive Species, Sounds Can Indicate Their Arrival Or Increase In Numbers, Allowing For Prompt Intervention Before More Significant Issues Arise.

Remote Monitoring

Sound monitoring systems can be deployed in remote or hard-to-reach locations, enabling monitoring of environments that may be challenging to access regularly. This is valuable in applications like monitoring biodiversity in remote forests or deserts.

Multi-Sensor Integration:

Integrating sound monitoring with other sensor technologies, such as cameras or environmental sensors, can provide a more comprehensive understanding of the monitored area. This synergistic approach enhances the accuracy and reliability of data collection.

Scientific Research:

Acoustic Monitoring Is Widely Used In Wildlife Studies For Tracking And Studying Animal Behaviours, Migration Patterns, And Population Dynamics. It Provides Valuable Insights Into Ecosystems And Aids Conservation Efforts.

Wildlife and Conservation Studies:

In Scientific Research, Sound Monitoring Is Employed In Various Fields, Including Ecology, Meteorology, And Geophysics, To Gather Data On Natural Phenomena And Study Environmental Changes Over Time.


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