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Rhinos and Their Gamekeepers Benefit from AI

Rhinos and Their Gamekeepers Benefit from AI

Starting in 2017, an artificial intelligence monitoring system at the Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa has been helping to protect rhinos and their care...
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enChoice to Provide Digital Transformation Software and Support to the Rhino Protection Program

enChoice to Provide Digital Transformation Software and Support to the Rhino Protection Program

enChoice announced an agreement with Welgevonden Game Reserve (WGR) to provide technical, administrative and software support for WGR’s unique Rhino Protection...
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 The Future is Digital – Even in the Bush

The Future is Digital – Even in the Bush

Say what you will, the world is going digital. And I’m not just talking about convenient online banking or confiding in Siri. With the next wave of technologic...
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 Not Your Typical Refugees

Not Your Typical Refugees

Black rhino have taken up residence at Welgevonden for the first time in Reserve history – and it’s all thanks to the Rhino Husbandry Programme. Private game...
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China legalizes rhino horn and tiger bone for medical purposes

China legalizes rhino horn and tiger bone for medical purposes

The materials have no proven medicinal value in humans, and conservationists call the move a major setback for wild populations. In China, rhino horn and tiger...
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The Internet of Things, Cloud and Analytics: The New Frontier in Protecting the Endangered Rhino

The Internet of Things, Cloud and Analytics: The New Frontier in Protecting the Endangered Rhino

Francois Spruyt, Chairman Welgevonden Game Reserve Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa features 37,000 hectares (the equivalent of just over 90 thousand ac...
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How Can You Help?

How Can You Help?

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