Since 2015, the WWF-Brazil has been working with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), or drones, to enhance the technology currently used for conservation work developed in Brazil.

The intent is to test this equipment and find how this could help monitor biodiversity, map protected areas, fight forest fires, gather scientific data and monitor hunting and exploitation of natural resources. This equipment has countless potential uses. Geography, Forest Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Agronomy, Ecology and Biology are just some areas that could make good use of the information, photos, videos and maps produced by drones.

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