TGB (GPS + Wireless communication)
Collars are the most common attachment method for terrestrial species. General rule is that terrestrial animals of more than 5 kg can carry up to 3% of their own weight, the range increases to 5% for animals that weigh less than 5 kg.
Backpacks are the most common attachment method for bird species, crocodiles and some terrestrial animals whose neck is larger than the head. General rule is that birds can carry up to 3% of their own weight. We can offer backpacks for round or flat ribbon, buckles or holes perpendicular or parallel to the body, and hole dimensions can be defined by the researcher.
GPS models to be glued are usually only used on turtles or in cases where the researchers adds his own attachment method.
GPS models to be screwed are usually only used on turtles or assets, or in cases where the researchers adds their own attachment method.
GPS buoys are usually only used on manatees though they can be used on marine studies when the buoy can remain floating for at least one minute. We can add water sensor so the unit will only turn on when it comes out of the water.