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The computer science department at the University of Oxford is back at it with another important tool for wildlife tracking. Introducing the SnapperGPS Receiver, a non-real-time, wildlife tracking device with amazing battery life for a low-cost. You can subscribe to their pre-launch campaign page on GroupGets (link further down!)
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PureThermal 3 Now Available on GroupGets Store
The PT3 is a hackable thermal webcam for the FLIR Lepton (2.x - 3.x) LWIR camera core. It has the same basic functionality of the PureThermal 2 but with a few changes and additional features. Unlike the PT2, the PT3 does not have pads to install an RF shield and the Tag-Connect TC2030 programming connector is replaced by the Tag-Connect EC-10-IDC.
Low-Cost & Low-Power Location for Wildlife Tracking: SnapperGPS
SnapperGPS tags are small and lightweight which makes them perfect for wildlife tracking. A single tag can log data for over 10,000 locations in one deployment and last for over a year on a small 40 mAh battery. The tag also features 3 GPIO pins that you can use to connect your own sensors and triggers. You can join their discussions page to ask questions and view explainers for their antenna and battery/battery charger choices!
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Hamamatsu C12880MA MEMS micro-spectrometer detects wavelengths of light (i.e colors) and their intensities. Its spectral response of 340-850 nanometers lies mostly in the visible spectrum yet extends to near infrared with 15 nm of resolution. The internal CMOS image sensor and optics are hermetically sealed to increase humidity resistance.
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