Innovative wide area surveillance technology is being used in Kruger National Park to thwart the activities of poachers entering South Africa's primary rhino stronghold. The so-called Meerkat system safely directs rangers when having to engage in potentially dangerous encounters with armed poachers. Guided by this "angel on their shoulder", the rangers manage to catch the poachers off-guard, arrest them and confiscate valuable firearms and tools.
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. Read more »