These Drones keep an eye in the sky over elephants and rhinos, to stop poachers
Air Shepherd uses drones and computers to watch over elephants and rhinos the same way a shepherd protects his sheep.
The drones in Africa are decked out with normal and infrared cameras that see where the animals — and the poachers — are. Even in the dark of night. That imagery is sent to computers in the U.S. Using special software, they send back flight plans to the drones that predict where the animals are headed, which keeps the drones on top of the poachers.