Drones and satellites among new tools to track biodiversity

by Phys.org

Phys.org— UC researchers believe remote sensing technologies such as satellites, planes, and drones will cause a paradigm shift in auditing Aotearoa's biodiversity.

Fortune—After 5 shark attacks on Long Island in just a year, New York's governor is using drones to track any Jaws-wannabes lurking nearby. Last summer saw six attacks in two weeks.

Radio World—NextKast Highlights New Radio Automation Tools. Software company NextKast has released the latest version of its NextKast OnAir Radio Automation Product.

MacRumors—Going to WWDC? Meet Up With Other Developers Through Flighty's Tracking Tool. Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is kicking off next Monday, and starting later this week, developers who have been invited to attend in person will be catching flights to get to Cupertino, California. Developer Ryan Jones today announced the launch of a useful flight tracking tool for those who are attending, which is available through the Flighty flight tracking app. WWDC attendees can add their flights to the Flighty WWDC 2023 website to see other developers who will be flying in...