The Meerkat wide range surveillance system has been introduced at the Kruger National Park where it has already stopped five out of nine detected rhino poaching incidents.
New Surveillance Technology Stops Poachers in Their Tracks
News24Wire, 16 March 2017
Two weeks after its introduction in January, the Kruger National Park's wide range surveillance technology, the Meerkat, managed to stop five out of nine detected rhino poaching… Read more »
The Meerkat radar surveillance system in operation in the Kruger National Park.
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