Huawei, IUCN and Global Partners Emphasis on using the latest technology to protect nature | ThaiPR.NET

technology for nature summit (Tech4Nature) No. 3 held on the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day.

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day, Huawei and the International Organization for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) highlighted smart solutions for supporting efficient and fair management and governance of protected areas and Conservation. and the growing importance of technology in tracking threatened species. and protect the natural habitats of these animals.

Huawei and IUCN outline a vision for protected areas and conservation. to take advantage of digital technology to help achieve global biodiversity goals At that summit launchedIntelligent Protected Areas White Paper (Smart Protected Areas White Paper) Developed jointly by Huawei and IUCN in China. and the Chinese Academy of Forestry to share a blueprint for building intelligent protected areas. Based on experience from China’s protected areas.

The key to wildlife conservation is understanding the distribution of animals. animal behavior The seasonal behavior of each species and how human activities might affect the way of life of these animals. This requires a large amount of data. And gathering such information can be challenging as some areas are remote and difficult to reach. which often have additional obstacles due to extreme weather Early efforts to collect data and research relied on a group of scientists traveling to the area to set up cameras to capture images. These cameras require maintenance. changing the battery changing the memory card as well as analyzing These processes are often laborious and time consuming, meaning that the resulting data and images are months old.

Using advanced digital technologies such as cloud computing, IoT, mobile internet, big data, and AI, data can be collected and communicated with each other in real time. This is the key to improving smart detection. Analyze and manage species protection and conservation efforts by area. make work more efficient And thus help protect nature better.

Since 2019, Huawei has worked with more than 30 global partners, including IUCN. Using digital technology to achieve effective conservation and restoration in 46 protected and conservation areas around the world, from tropical rainforests in China’s Hainan Province. It is home to the world’s rarest species of gibbon. to an oasis in the wetlands of Italy and a coral reef off the east coast of Mauritius.

for example Under Tech Furniture in Mexico Huawei has partnered with IUCN, C-Minds, Polytechnic University of Yucatan, Rainforest Connection. Connection) and the local community of Dzilam. It contains more than 30,000 wildlife photographs, more than 550,000 wildlife sound recordings, and dozens of wildlife video clips. Algorithms have been developed and trained to help identify different species, particularly jaguars. and until now the team managed to identify 119 species, including five jaguars.

IUCN Deputy Director Dr Grethel Aguilar said: “We have achieved a lot during our three years of collaboration. In the meantime, Huawei has been working with us to demonstrate the responsible use of new technologies to protect nature. IUCN looks forward to a long-term partnership with Huawei as a technology leader. help achieve global goals, such as the goal of protecting at least 30% of the world’s land and water by 2030.”

main purposeIntelligent Protected Areas White Paper namely the effective conservation of protected areas and the sustainable management of natural resources. according to this aim the white paper identifies seven key scenarios such as the protection and restoration of ecosystems, resource management, scientific research and others.

In such situations, four core capabilities need to be implemented: the detection of a comprehensive multidimensional ecosystem; Integrated multi-network communications that can adapt to complex terrain Intelligent analytics that can process huge amounts of data from various sources and the ability to apply analysis results to protected area operations and management. This blueprint provides a comprehensive solution architecture for intelligent protected areas. using the latest developments in digital technology

Tao Jingwen, Director of Huawei and Chairman of the Corporate Sustainable Development Committee (CSD), said, “Biodiversity loss and climate change are two global environmental crises that must be addressed. Science and technology, together with nature conservation, can contribute to green development in thousands of industries and help cope better with climate change.”

Peng Song, Senior Vice President and President of ICT Strategy and Marketing said, “The world is our only home. Digital technologies can help protect nature reserves more effectively. and promote the sustainable management of natural resources. Our original intention was to combine the practices of science and technology to help protect nature. and work with partners to promote the development of more intelligent nature reserves.”

New Natural Economy Report (New Nature Economy Report) According to the WEF, more than half of the world’s GDP, or about $44 trillion. Humanity depends on nature and the services it provides, but climate change and the loss of biodiversity threaten humanity’s survival and sustainable development. The new natural economy could generate $10.1 trillion in annual business value and create 395 million jobs by 2030.

The aim of this summit is to explore the future potential of intelligent nature conservation. by the Techforall Partners Conference It includes the Yucatán State Government in Mexico, the Mexican innovation agency Sieminds, IUCN China, WWF Italy, Renfó Rest Connection and the Shandong Huang River Delta National Nature Reserve

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Tech For Nature is a nature conservation initiative launched by Huawei and IUCN in 2020 with the aim of evaluating the conservation success of more than 300 protected areas worldwide by using IUCN Green accounting standards (IUCN Green List) and digital technology.

June 5 marks the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day. Initiated by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and held annually on 5 June since 1973, World Environment Day is the largest global forum to raise public awareness of environmental issues. and is celebrated by millions of people around the world. The host country for the 2023 event is Côte d’Ivoire.

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