I am sorry if this has come up before but is it possible to link audiomoth to something else that can transmit what audiomoth hears in real time to a central computer? Where I would need to do this is remote but has 3G and I would be focussing solely on a single sound of interest - a rifle shot. This is early in my thinking...I know that this has been done to detect shotgun fire, but not as far as I can tell in realtime. In essence, I would like to use this as a realtime antipoaching measure. I am very open to collaboration here and have access to a field site that is perfect for developing this.
Hello, Wondering whether anyone has any experience using Audiomoths in very hot climates, please? I am planning on using Audiomoths in north east Brazil where the temperature will easily get to 40-45 deg C and we've experienced trail cams not coping well. I'm planning on placing the devices in shades but can anyone recommend anything else? Many thanks in advance! Nat :-)