Our GPS tags are state of the art and have proven themselves in various field deployments
Leight-weight solar-powered leg rings for application in ornithology
Mounting the device on a juvenile seabird
Please don't hesitate to contact us for further information.
Using our tracking platform Wonderland you have all the information and control over your tracking devices at your fingertips. Wonderland not only supports our own range of thracking devices, but is also compatible with many other hardware manufacturers.
Explore our wide range of tracking hardware and related tools
We have a long history working with researchers and wildlife preservers around the globe. Therefore, we know what matters to you.
We focus on rugged designs with a long battery life, to get the most out of the sensor deployment.
Our devices come with comprehensive documentation and are supported by our tracking platform IoT Wonderland.
Find answers to the most common questions people ask us right below.
Probably yes. In case not, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us, so we can add support for your device's payload format
Yes, Wonderland is free for a limited number of devices on your account. If you exceed that number, we'll ask you to get a yearly subscription (Prototype, Professional or Enterprise), which will allow you to use unlimited devices on our platform.
>Yes. Please get in touch with us in case you need a hardware partner for your project. We support you in finding the right device for any application in the context of a research and tracking.
We're using LoRaWAN to receive data from our the devices over-the-air. Which network operator you chose is up to you.
There are free LoRaWAN networks and servers available (The Things Network, ChirpStack etc.). If you need a professional solution or advice, please contact us.
That very much depends on the environmental conditions and the device configuration. Typically they run for months to years on primary battery.
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We have recently shipped the first batch of tracking collars for monitoring the location and behavior of bovidae: The Tracking Collar 'Bull'