As part of the European Science Initiative at Microsoft, the core aim of this project is to demonstrate that by addressing pertinent scientific questions using modern computational methods, we can develop new kinds of science. Enabling autonomous monitoring of environments and the animals that inhabit them, has the potential to change the kinds of questions that researchers ask.

On Skomer Island, we are focusing on three primary aims:

Using modern computational and technological techniques allows us to address these questions over much greater spatial ranges and at much higher temporal resolutions than previously possible.

2020 Science Freie Universität Berlin The University of Oxford

In close collaboration with
The University of Oxford
Freie Universität Berlin