Virtual Field Trip: Conservation Technology with Shah Selbe

Join conservation technologist, founder of Conservify, and WILDLABS community member Shah Selbe in this free online event this Wednesday, March 25th 2020. Organized by National Geographic as part of their Explorer Classroom sessions, this webinar will welcome viewers into Shah Selbe's lab to get a firsthand look at his latest conservation tech innovations and learn more about how Shah develops his projects. You can join the live session here.

Date published: 2020/03/24

About the Webinar

Engineer and technologist Shah Selbe works on developing and deploying technologies that can help solve conservation challenges. He has built drones for coastal monitoring, open-source environmental monitoring sensor networks in the Okavango Delta, acoustic monitoring buoys in the Pacific, seismic recording stations in Canadian glaciers, and much more. Join him in his lab for a look at his new projects!

Date And Time

Wed, March 25, 2020

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT

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Location

Online. Join here: https://www.youtube.com/c/NatGeoEdOrg/live

About Shah Selbe and Conservify

Shah Shelbe is a conservation technologist, engineer, National Geographic Explorer, and the founder of Conservify. At Conservify, Shah had led the development of the revolutionary FieldKit, an open-source software and hardware platform combining customizable sensor modules with data visualization capabilities that make it easy to share results. Shah has already deployed Fieldkit prototypes in several field projects around the world, and it will launch to the public this spring.

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