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AWF on the cutting edge

AWF IS INCREASINGLY applying technology to make conservation more effective. In Bili-Uele in the Democratic Republic of Congo, for example, AWF had already worked to improve ecological monitoring and anti-poaching with tools such as CyberTracker, the Spatial Monitoring and Analysis Tool (or SMART) and quad bikes transformed into mobile anti-poaching units. Now, the organisation has set its sights on the next cutting-edge innovation: drones.

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