New prospects for inventory
& animal monitoring

About us


Our primary goal is to support the process of managing populations of wild animals by providing modern methods that enable reliable inventories and monitoring of rare and protected species. 

The methods applied shed a new light on the possibilities of research and management of animal populations with the help of modern tools and current scientific achievements.


Camera trapping in animal monitoring

Camera traps have gained immense popularity worldwide as a tool for researching the population of wild animals. They allow for a long-term observation of the studied species. In consequence, the image of the population is less error-prone than in the case of other methods. On top of that, the data obtained during the inventory is objective and durable. Our company has successfully carried out inventories and monitoring in many forest districts, nature protection areas: Natura 2000 and other districts of Poland.The program was implemented during the research project and is quite universal - it allows for collecting a wealth of information about many animal species in the studied area.

Inventory of animals using drones

The use of drones equipped with thermal imaging sensors makes it possible to carry out an inventory during the hours of peak animal activity. The use of the right type of UAV and maintaining the appropriate flight altitude allows for carrying out an inventory without scaring the animals and ensures the observation of a broad range of the inventoried area. The method was developed in a research project and is recommended mainly for the inventory of deer.

Fallow deer

Mobile App for monitoring and inventory of animals

It is a tool directly supporting the process of estimating the status of the game's population. It is adapted for use in field conditions due to its transparency and simplicity.


The project of the Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS and Taxus SI is a response to the lack of a universal method for estimating the population of large game. The main goal of the project is to develop a new method of hoof monitoring using thermal imaging cameras, unmanned aircraft and verification of its usability and potential advantage over existing methods. The project is run as part of the Applied Research Program of the National Center for Research and Development, implemented from 2015 and will last until the end of 2018.

The Taxus SI project implemented in cooperation with the Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS and the University of Warsaw is a continuation of the earlier project. The main objective is to verify the innovative method of inventory of animals in real field conditions. In addition, as part of the project, a method will be developed that uses BSP to estimate damage from animals in large-area agricultural crops. The project is being carried out as part of the funding granted by PGL Lasy Państwowe, implemented from 2017 and will last until the end of 2020.