It is now 5 years that we have been installing antennas around the world in more than a dozen countries and over 3 continents. 7 million items are now connected to the SIGFOX network. Hundreds of millions of messages have already been transmitted.
– PRESS RELEASE – Barcelona, February 28, 2017 – SIGFOX Foundation announces today, at Mobile World Congress 2017, a 6-month experiment for a new rhinoceros tracking system. Involved in the conservation of the endangered species, the Sigfox Foundation is partnering with three of the largest international organisations dedicated to rhinos conservation. According to Save the […]
The Princess Elisabeth Station hosts since 2009 scientists from around the world, responsible for the work of study and scientific research on the environment and climate change. Located 200 kms from the coast to the South Pole, the Princess Elisabeth Station is the first polar station, operating entirely on wind and solar energy. It can […]
There are only 29,000 black and white rhinos left in the world, and the condition is turning into a drama because of possible extinction. Technology is getting more mature, and it could obviously become a real solution applied to wildlife and endangered species. Long term connected sensors have been tested to track rhinos, without being really improved, for […]