They are doing an incredible job re-introducing extincted species where they used to live. Arami and MBarete, two Jaguars, will be free. Beauty as a basis.
SONY is well known for their superb stuff but sometimes they come up with unexpected things like the Spresense, a real enabler for real Edge Devices.
If you live in Buenos Aires City and you need to create some prototypes, this place is for you. You will find a nice group of people that will help you to materialize your ideas.
They are the LoRa creators so it is the best place to visit to know more about this IoT tech, boards, etc.
This is a group of people building a community around technology for conservation. Great info, great tech tutors.
Here you will find some valuable and serious investigation on Jaguars, I would suggest you to see Juan Reppucci work on Research Gate.
A great tool for creating 3D mechanical designs by coding, it can generate STL files ready for 3D printing. There is also a clone that works on phones!
The NuttX is the POSIX Real Time Operating System that runs on the Spresense, in addition to the wiki you will find some great videos on the NuttX youtube chanel. They recently went hosted as an Apache project.
They are great organization a la WildLabs, however they are more focused on the tech side of things. Their aim: To end extinction by applying innovative technology and encouraging collaboration. They also run competitions (I'm not a fan of that circus) regarding innovative solutions for sustainability.
They are working on an impressive CxL center, read here
This is a place packed with researchers and interesting papers, you will find whatever you need. I will start publishing some finding about Big Cat Brother soon, see my profile. (I'm not Cat)
Kas is a NatGeo explorer dedicating his efforts to Leopards; Jaguars and Leopards are cousins, so Kas is a cousin to me. He is also a believer about edge technology as an enabler for solutions to biodiversity issues. See his work here.
This site is in Spanish (Not a problem to the google translator I guess), They are a Biodiversity care group of Researchers from Paraguay, our neighbors.
They are doing pretty good things like Jaguar population estimations. However, what I cheer the most is the recent release of the Jaguar Library. The release was made this Nov-29th, for the international Jaguar day,
Hats off, well done! See the articles here.