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Volterra-IRIS technical meeting

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On December 16th, members of Volterra and IRIS met at Volterra’s facilities in Palencia to discuss the technical aspects of the project. During the meeting, a conversation was also held via Zoom with Martin Sharp of LJMU, to consider several project actions to be developed in the near future.


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Laser Programming in Cucanoche

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After the sowing of the oat crop in the Cucanoche farm, the autonomic laser has been programmed to sweep the area prepared for that purpose. In order to analyze the behavior of rabbits before the exposure of the laser beam, an area close to the burrows has been chosen. As a safety measure, the area has been delimited with tapes, besides the danger signs.


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Manual laser test on the farm of EOLOARROZ

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The ANGEL CAMACHO team continues with the manual laser tests on the farms. After the rainy period, and once all the rice was collected at the farm of EOLOARROZ and the rest of the farms in the vicinity of DOÑANA, new tests were carried out with species of birds associated with this ecosystem and that still remain around the area at this time of the year (herons, gulls, ibis, storks, etc.). The goal was to check the reaction of these animals when they were targeted with the laser in a different scenario: flooded farms without the rice crop and under low temperatures (8-10ºC).

 


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IRIS performs the first flights at the facilities of Ángel Camacho (Seville)

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During the first days of December IRIS started flights in Spain on the estates that the Angel Camacho Group has in Cuarterola and Cucanoche, both in Seville. It is in these estates where the Angel Camacho Group has installed two of its three autonomous lasers, on two towers of several meters high.

Despite the bad environmental conditions, IRIS was able to successfully complete the flights over the areas of influence of lasers, indicated by the technical team of Angel Camacho and CUDEMA.

Due to the poor state of the terrain, caused by the heavy rains, the IRIS and Ángel Camacho teams decided not to fly over Eoloarroz, the third farm where one of the autonomous lasers has been installed.