The use of drones in cetacean research

The use of drones in cetacean research - Full

Unmanned aerial systems, also known as drones, have recently emerged as an affordable option for studying wildlife and marine life in particular. Their use for behavioural studies seems to have many advantages since they are easy to operate, very stable, very maneuverable, inexpensive to purchase, an excellent observation platform and potentially less invasive for animals. In this webinar we intend to share with you the work we have been developing for behavioural studies of cetaceans using drones and discuss the potential impacts resulting from the use of this new methodology.


Even without registering, you may participate in this activity with the following information:

Meeting Link:

ID: 846 2913 1203

Password: 9EkKp0

  • Type(s): Talk/Get-together
  • Theme(s): Dolphin Watching
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Target Audience: All audiences
  • Language: English
  • Registration: Activity with online registration
  • Nr of participants: Max. 100 (minimum age 6 years old)
  • Partner:
  • Schedule: Wednesday 15th of September 2021 from 07:00 pm until 08:00 pm