Wildlife Acoustics Announces the Song Meter(TM) SM2 Acoustic Monitoring System
CONCORD, Mass., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Wildlife Acoustics, the leading supplier of acoustic monitoring systems for endangered and threatened wildlife species around the world, announces the production availability of the new Song Meter SM2 autonomous audio recorder and data logging platform. Designed for the rugged demands of habitats from tropical to arctic, the SM2 combines extremely low power consumption, high capacity, and sophisticated scheduling for long-term field deployments. The new platform delivers integrated acoustic monitoring and data logging in a cost-effective, weatherproof and expandable design.
"Species extinction rates are hundreds of times greater than at any time in the history of the earth. Monitoring threatened populations is essential for understanding the effects of climate change and to measure the impact of the corrective actions we take," stated Ian Agranat, President of Wildlife Acoustics. "With thousands of units in the field, we now make it easier and more affordable for scientists to track and monitor areas that were too expensive to cover in the past by labor-intensive point counts surveys."
The new Song Meter SM2 is a powerful and expandable platform that is a significant improvement for our current core users who track birds and frogs in remote and isolated locations and is now capable of a greater range of applications ranging from ultrasonic bat detection for the wind farm industry to underwater acoustic monitoring of fish and cetaceans.
Song Meter SM2 New Features:
Terrestrial Acoustic monitoring:
The SM2 Terrestrial Acoustic Package is optimized for monitoring birds, frogs, and other terrestrial wildlife vocalizing in the audio (20-20,000Hz) frequency range. The package includes the new SM2 expandable platform equipped with two removable weatherproof and highly sensitive omni-directional SMX-II microphones. With just 4 D-size batteries, SM2 can record up to 250 hours on a programmable schedule spread out through several months at a time. Longer deployments are also possible with an optional external power source. The recorder includes a built-in temperature sensor and data-logger, and can accept a second analog sensor input to monitor other environmental conditions such as soil temperature, water level, rainfall, etc.
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Wildlife Acoustics, Inc., a privately held Massachusetts corporation, is the leading provider of bio-acoustic monitoring technology for scientists, researchers, and government agencies worldwide since 2003.
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