Forensic Intelligence and Remote Sensing Technologies for nature conservation
As an Horizon Europe project funded by the European Commission, Nature FIRST will develop predictive, proactive, and preventative tools for nature conservation for the next three years.
Stay tuned to learn more about how we combine forensic intelligence, remote sensing technologies and digital twins to protect and restore biodiversity in Europe and beyond. The tools we use are demonstrated in the following European regions:
- The Carpathian mountains, a 1,500 km-long range in Central and Eastern Europe.
- The Danube Delta river, Europe’s largest remaining natural wetland. The greater part of the Danube Delta lies in Romania and a small part of it is in Ukraine.
- The Stara Planina mountains, a mountain range in the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula.
- And the Ancares y O Courel, the largest green reserve in Galicia, Spain.
Want to join our fight to protect these gorgeous landscapes? Stay up to date with the project!
Nature FIRST Updates
Digital twins, once confined to industries like manufacturing and engineering, are now finding their way into the realm of nature conservation. Anna Davison, a PhD
This month, Nature FIRST, a project focused on preserving biodiversity, showcased its achievements, solutions, and technologies in its first Public Demo session. The event was
Nature FIRST project: Protecting Biodiversity with Forensic Intelligence and Remote Sensing Technologies
Nature FIRST is an EU-funded project which is developing predictive, proactive and preventative tools for nature conservation: ecosystem base maps, monitoring systems, digital twin models