During the workshop, researchers from the EU-projects MAMBO, Natural Intelligence, and WildDrone will seek to answer the main question of how robots can be deployed in daily ecology practices that encompass complex tasks and need real-time reliable solutions to scale up wildlife and habitat condition monitoring.

The problem will be addressed from different perspectives by invited talks from leading European projects in the domain, and solutions will be discussed in a roundtable session. The workshop is expected to create a roadmap or a whitepaper to pave the way forward for the use of robots in nature conservation.

European Robotics Forum logo.
Workshop Introduction

You can find the full description of the workshop in the ERF 2024 programme.

Slideshow: Intro to Robotics Challenges in Conservation Ecology.


Robotics & AI in Conservation Ecology

Fabio Remondino, Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), Italy.
Slideshow: Robotics & AI in Conservation Ecology.

Introduction to the WildDrone project

Ulrik P. Schultz Lundquist, SDU UAS Center, University of Southern Denmark
Slideshow: Introduction to WildDrone.

Overview of the MAMBO project

Jesper Erenskjold Moeslund, ECOS, University of Aarhus, MAMBO.

Robotics for Environmental Monitoring: the Natural Intelligence Approach

Manolo Garabini, Research Center “E. Piaggio”, University of Pisa, Natural Intelligence. Slideshow: The Natural Intelligence Approach.

Portrait of Manolo Garabini
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