Monkeying Around With Perimeter Security
Earlier this year our Technical Director Andy Moon visited perimeter security clients in the Far East. As always he brought back with him a fantastic set of photographs, some of which we have already shared with our blog readers. For example, this post about Malaysian Monkeys.
Today we're going to do a little more 'monkeying around' and share with you even more, equally cute photographs, again taken in Malaysia. We hope you enjoy them.
On a more serious note, we have 2 other reasons for talking about wildlife and Malaysia today:
1. Wildlife has in fact formed a part of our perimeter security business profile over the years as we have provided perimeter protection for wildlife parks. Most of our clients are industry and manufacturing based so are not aware of just how broad our business is. You can read more about that on our dedicated page about wildlife park security here.
2. It seems that ours is not the only modern technology currently helping wildlife around the world. We came across this news article about how military technology is being used to help wildlife in remote parts of Malaysia.
Researchers from the Malaysian government are working with the Kuala Lumpur campus of Nottingham University to refine sensing technology in order to fight the threat of elephant poaching.
For more information on the University's MEME project, visit the Nottingham University website - this page.