Uncovering Wildlife Intelligence with Taxonomy Management Tools in the Sensing Clues Foundation
“Five years ago I was in Laos…in a big forest reserve. In the middle of the night, I heard a gunshot”
Since its conception in 2017, Sensing Clues has helped protect 1,202,540 hectares of nature across four continents. The Semantic Web Company has been a very proud partner of Sensing Clues for three years now, where PoolParty has been a fundamental software to help realize their goals.
The Sensing Clues’ approach is built on a suite of tools that tracks movement and patterns in areas where illegal activity occurs. The suite of tools are deployed in the form of mobile and desktop applications which are put in the hands of field rangers responsible for safeguarding the wildlife surroundings.
Sensing Clues is dedicated to the preservation of nature and wildlife through the use of deploying advanced technologies in the field. Founder and Director Jan Kees Schakel considers the gunshot he heard on vacation with his wife the impetus for starting the foundation because he realized that this “problem [illegal poaching] is actually something that requires a very professional approach.”
In order to provide their services, Sensing Clues requires a strong taxonomy-based solution so that they can take advantage of synonyms, multilingual labels for their global clients, and contextual modelling in the taxonomy management tools.
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