Global Messenger transmitters featured in an internationally leading journal

Global Messenger's lightweight transmitters have received widespread recognition from European ecologists since entering the overseas market in 2020. Recently, National Geographic (The Netherlands) published an article titled "De wereld door de ogen van de Rosse Grutto," which introduced Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) researcher Roeland Bom, who used Global Messenger's GPS/GSM solar-powered transmitters to record the annual cycle of the Bar-tailed Godwits European population for the first time.


In recent years, with continuous technological innovation and improvement, Global Messenger's lightweight transmitters are pushing the boundaries of wildlife monitoring and setting new records for monitoring animal migration.

National Geographic magazine was founded in 1888. It has become one of the world's most influential natural, scientific, and humanistic journals.

Post time: Apr-25-2023