An Environment and Activity Tracker built to monitor and study viability of Northern Elephant Seals. What sets it apart from traditional animal telemetry devices is its low cost and modular sensor design, ensuring that the SealHAT is adaptable to many biological studies and environmental demands. Repository Link

Radio Telemetry Tracker

An ongoing project focused on automating the difficult and intrusive process of tracking terrestial wildlife for conservation research. I partnered with researchers at the University of California San Diego and the Beckman Institute for Conservation Research to develop a system for tracking endangered iguana hatchlings on the Cayman Islands.

My contribution to the project was improving the signal processing and prediction algorithms for detecting GPS locations, and developing an automated pipeline to incorporate the analysis into the Jupyter platform. Repository Link



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