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PoBuster / Airborne Drone Service

PoBuster
PoBuster

A 2010 United Nations report suggests that gorillas could disappear from large parts of the
Congo Basin by the mid-2020s. In 2011, there were 13 large-scale seizures of ivory and over
23 tons of ivory confiscated. This is equivalent to at least 2,500 elephants. To tackle poaching of wild animals, PoBuster is an Airborne Drone Service that consists of a pack of
drones, 2 Parent Drones and 8 - 12 Child Drones depending on region to be surveilled.

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Lokmanya Tilak Institute

Lokmanya Tilak Institute
Navi Mumbai, India

Harsh Karani,
Lokmanya Tilak Institute