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Although gin traps have been banned from being sold, traps can still be found in Taiwan.
Many animals are victims. They will permanently lose their limbs after they are caught,and may even become infected with wounds and cause death.
Utilizing the drones that popular in recent years, using remote control technology, and placing miniature cameras to survey the terrain, configure ultrasonic sensors and metal detectors to clear the gin traps hidden in the forest. Not only can the use of manpower be reduced, but the gin traps can also be reduced, but the gin traps can also be removed more efficiently.
National Yunlin University of
Science and Technology
Yunlin County, Taiwan
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology