Read more - ShadowView have been in the Greater Kruger National Park area of South Africa for the last few weeks, using UAV for wildlife monitoring, conservation and anti poaching operations.ShadowView flew multiple UAS ()unmanned aerial systems) from the small staff football field, which despite being strewn with small rocks, was flat and open enough for multiple take off and landings. The deployments were all successful.
Read more - The ShadowView Foundation and the Wildlife Friends Foundation International (WFFI) have recently agreed to collaborate on a mission to provide and deploy unmanned aerial systems in South East Asia. This mission is to identify and monitor illegal poaching activities, illegal cross-border trade of protected wildlife and expose the illegal farming of endangered species.
Read more - Last week in Massachusetts, USA, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) launched their ‘Air Angels’ drone programme for watching over hunters and protecting wildlife. The Air Angels launch coincided with the start of the State's bow hunting deer season.
Read more - We were asked to come up with a rapid response aircraft that could be flown out to a potential swimmer or boat user in distress, using either normal or thermal optics find the person(s) in distress, register the location with GPS and then deploy a buoyancy device; and it needs to be as low cost as possible!
Read more - The Trust for Conservation Innovation (TCI) has recently announced that it will provide support for the ShadowView Foundation in our efforts to save endangered wildlife.
Read more - ShadowView is proud to announce that it has signed an agreement with Ocean Expeditions to provide eco drones to monitor and study marine megafauna on the famous Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area in remote North Western Australia.
Read more - ShadowView is proud to announce that we have now received ANBI-status in the Netherlands. ShadowView aims to provide unmanned aerial solutions to other nonprofit organisations for humanitarian and environmental aid.
Read more - ShadowView Foundation, in cooperation with the marine conservation organization The Black Fish has launched unmanned aerial vehicles (uavs) in search of illegal driftnet fishing in the Mediterranean Sea.
Read more - There are just a few short weeks to finish preparations ahead of ShadowView’s summer campaign with The Black Fish, documenting illegal driftnetters in the Mediterranean.
Read more - The news is out: ShadowView and The League Against Cruel Sports are collaborating on UAV operations to document illegal hunting in the UK.
Read more - ShadowView has partnered with the marine conservation organisation The Black Fish to launch a new conservation campaign in the Mediterranean Sea.
Read more - We are proud to announce that ShadowView completed its first conservation mission this month in the UK.
Read more about how Sea Shepherd’s UAV made a first-ever flight over the seal colony where each morning hundreds of baby seals are brutally clubbed to death.
Read more about how O.R.C.A. Force has successfully captured video footage and images of the Namibian seal slaughter at Cape Cross with an unmanned aerial vehicle.
Read more about how SPOTS (Strategic Protection of Threatened Species), helped Sea Shepherd develop their UAV’s, providing support to enhance anti poaching systems.
Read more about SPOTS' Air Ranger - a poacher interceptor or ‘sniffer’ UAV which has been the focus of SPOTS recent UAV development efforts.
Shadowview is a non profit that provides effective and efficient Unmanned Aerial Systems for non-profit and civilian operations.
ShadowView's mission is to provide effective and efficient aerial solutions to enhance our clients environmental and civilian operational objectives.
Founded by Steve Roest and Laurens de Groot in 2012, launched publicly in January 2013. ShadowView operates as a not for profit.