HANK YOU so much for your help in providing us with GPS collars for our Badger-Cattle Contact Project
. From our initial enquiry, Telemetry Solutions has provided outstanding customer service but Telemetry Solutions went to great lengths to ensure we received a product that would work for our project. Read more
– Kelly Moyes, The Zoological Society of London: Quantum 4000E Medium Collar for Badgers
Our trial with the Quantum 4000E Medium Collar on Tasmanian devils went exceptionally well. We received good position estimates and probably the greatest result was that the collar (with the polyurethane elastomer coating) was particularly kind to devils at the site of attachment, with no abrasion, fur loss, or noticeable irritation throughout our trial which we ran on captive animals for a total period of 5 months.”- Sam Thalmann-Wildlife Biologist, Save the Tasmanian Devil Program: Quantum 4000E Medium Collars on Tasmanian Devil
Benefits of GPS telemetry include increased precision and reduced sampling bias in location estimation, increased ability to monitor wide-ranging species, increased insights into climate-movements and habitat-movement. We were able to successfully download find-scale GPS location data from our collared pheasant. Using the collar and the SW Telemetry Solutions program, we downloaded pheasant location data and were able to convert them into shapefiles for analysis in ArcGIS or KML file so data can be viewed on Google Earth.” – Dr. Aaron Haines, Upper Iowa University: Quantum 4000E on Ring-necked Pheasants
e retrieved one of the test cats that had a Quantum 4000 collar on it, and the data were incredible. I’ve attached a rough map.” Read more
– Hugh McGregor. Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary, Australia: Quantum 4000E on Feral Cats
uring the summer of 2010, the Nevada Department of Wildlife purchased 10 GPS units from you for a pygmy rabbit project. To date, we have attached 8 of the GPS units to rabbits, and have collected thousands of data points. Read more
– Bradley Baumen, Wildlife Diversity Biologist, NV Department of Wildlife: Quantum 4000E Mini Data Loggers on Pygmy Rabbits
was surprised to find that it is possible to have GPS devices for tortoises.
I’m a researcher familiar with wildlife monitoring techniques, especially VHF and GPS, which I used to study large carnivore (European lynx, wolf and brown bear) and tortoises (Testudo hermanni boettgeri). I was surprised to find that it is possible to have GPS devices for tortoises. They must be lightweight, flat, have a reasonable life expectancy, and a reasonable price. I found Quantum 4000 units, with special design for tortoises, very light unit only 55 grams, replaceable batteries.
The results were surprising. In four months each tortoise has 4 positions per day, doubled by the values of temperatures recorded outside the carapace.The GPS works very fine on a very steep terrain, open meadow or in very dense forest.
Clearly, I will succeed to build models of habitat occupancy and define effective protection systems for Hermann’s tortoise. – Dr. Laurentiu Rozylowicz, University of Bucharest
e now have four collars on free-ranging lemurs in four different groups and the data is excellent. The remote download allows us to monitor the units for proper functioning plus carry out ongoing analysis, particularly of group interactions. – Ken Glander, Ph. D Professor, Department of Evolutionary Anthropology: Quantum 4000E on Lemurs
They are really quite a good product. – Tim Sallows, Riding Mountain National Park Wildlife Lab: GPS PODs on Elk
Igot 2 of the 3 collars out on female grizzlies. They are working perfectly… And the data downloading is great. – Dan Carney, Blackfeet Tribe Fish & Wildlife: Quantum 4000 Collars on Grizzlies
Recovered the first Quantum 4000 of the 2009 season yesterday, one-month deployment at 10-minute intervals on female black bear with three cubs of the year. Performance of the GPS logger with the updated firmware was great! – Katie Callahan, NH Fish and Game Dept: Quantum 4000 Collars on Black Bears
We got EXCELLENT data from the GPS Capercaillies! We are VERY happy. We successfully recaptured the birds and put on the new units – Per Wegge Ph. D Professor, Norwegian University of Life Sciences: Quantum 4000 on Capercallies.
Ihave employed the fox collar, with a lot of success. The success rate of GPS-fixes was very high, even in dense forest. – Jaap Mulder: Quantum 4000E Collars on Red Fox.