Resolve NGO achieved a remarkable feat with CVEDIA technology, deploying their first intelligent camera within three weeks of conception. Within a month, they had deployed an intelligent camera running a CVEDIA algorithm in Asia, capturing photos of wild elephants for research purposes in collaboration with geologists, conservationists, and local communities. The NGO plans to deploy their cameras in 200 parks within a year to combat illegal wildlife poaching effectively. This innovative use of technology has allowed them to expand their donor list and fundraise with an active, in-the-field solution. Over 20 AI systems have since been built by CVEDIA for Resolve NGO, including those for endangered species such as snow leopards, rhinos, and tigers. The NGO aims to monitor every square mile of wildlife on the planet with their solutions, effectively eliminating environmental crime. Check out the video to hear Eric Dinerstein, Director of Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions at Resolve NGO, share his experience with CVEDIA.