Tech For Conservation


The evolution of technology over the past decade has a lot to offer towards efforts for the conservation of nature. At The Habitats Trust, technology is entrenched in the DNA of our mothership. We hope to leverage the potential of technology for the conservation of lesser-known species and habitats.

Our work will span over two realms, one of possibilities and consequently, that of innovation. To begin with, our efforts attempt to learn whether:

  • Satellite imagery and machine learning can extend our understanding of grasslands;
  • Emerging and existing technologies can take us beyond the known depths of the ocean, and help us assess coral reefs at a quicker pace;
  • Deep-learning models will give us more insights from existing data (images, audio, video or other kinds of data);
  • Integrated sensor technologies can help reduce or resolve some of the long-persisting conservation challenges.

More about our individual projects coming soon. Watch this space.

Get in touch

While we are engaged in creating innovative solutions to aid conservation, we always have an eye out for emerging technologies that we can acquire off the shelf or customise to battle specific conservation challenges.

If you have a potential project idea or solution to discuss, write to us at