CLS will attend the upcoming international conference, IMPAC-4, dedicated to Marine Protected Area (MPA) managers and practicioners, organized by Chile’s Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the IUCN and the World Commission on Protected Areas . The Congress will be held in La Serena-Coquimbo, Chile, from September 4th-8th.
Argos, a key tool for MPA
Please come visit us on our both to exhange about how Argos is a key tool for defining MPA as well as contributing to Marine Protected Area management. Learn more about additional CLS services for MPA management.
Watch our video, “Satellite services for Marine Protected Areas” (in French with English subtitles)
Visit us at Oceanology International 2018
Tired of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge ? Get a breeze of fresh air at CLS booth (E300), at the OI2018, the best way to enjoy London next week! Our team of experts will be happy to see you and answer your question on telemetry services during…
One of our Argos customers recently deployed the first satellite tagged, hard shelled turtles (greens and hawksbills) in Papua New Guinea. Its very exciting news in the turtle world! Conservation International and partner Eco-Custodian Advocates announced the successful tagging of two endangered species of sea turtles, the hawksbill…
ARGOS transmitter, dedicated to track small bird.
The ARGOS system is a unique worldwide satellite tracking and environmental monitoring system created by the French Space Agency CNES, the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Each month more than 8000 animals…
New relationships between humans and animals
Digital technologies open new relationships between humans and animals. With sensors, ARGOS-GPS satellite systems and mini-cameras, scientists can now collect data on animal migration and behaviors on an unprecedented scale. Elephant seals collect crucial data when diving on the Southern Ocean “The elephant seals will go down, dive,…
Worldwide Argos program
Effective conservation and management of flying-foxes with Argos system
Flying-foxes (Pteropodidae) are large bats capable of long-distance flight. Effective conservation and management of flying-foxes are constrained by lack of knowledge of their ecology, especially of movement patterns over large spatial scales. Thanks to research studies, we know that flying foxes are able to fly over 100 km a day…
Argos Chipset Giveaway Contest : want to help create an open source Argos tag?
By combining tracking and localization data, Argos enables scientists worldwide to improve their understanding of animal behavior and their knowledge of climatology. This is why it is essential to develop more efficient beacons adapted to the monitoring of the greatest number of species. For the past 3 years, CLS has…
Argos Manufacturer’s Meeting, November 2nd-3rd, 2017
The Argos system is preparing for a bright future. A revolution is underway. Enter a new chipset, new applications, a new satellite constellation and potential new pricing. Argos manufacturers and potential manufacturers are invited to join us in Wood’s Hole to learn more about innovation underway @Argos. …
Animal tracking applications
CLS to attend IMPAC-4 in Chile
CLS will attend the upcoming international conference, IMPAC-4, dedicated to Marine Protected Area (MPA) managers and practicioners, organized by Chile’s Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the IUCN and the World Commission on Protected Areas . The Congress will be held in…
Animal tracking applications
Argos, al servicio de las áreas marinas protegidas
¿Sabía usted que el 71% de la superficie de la Tierra son océanos, pero sólo el 3% de los océanos del mundo están protegidos en Áreas Marinas Protegidas (AMP) activamente gestionadas? ¿Sabía usted que 625 + animales son rastreados por Argos en AMP en todo el mundo incluyendo tortugas, tiburones,…
ARGOS ANGELS & NEO: CNES invests in a new nanosat Argos constellation
Argos is the only global satellite-based system for location and data collection designed specifically to study and protect our planet’s environment. Governed via an international collaboration between the major international space agencies, including NASA, NOAA, CNES, EUMETSAT and ISRO, the Argos constellation includes 6 operational satellites that cover the globe…