iOS-Powered Bat Detector App Launched

4/2/2014 12:00:00 AM

Wildlife Acoustics introduced its new Echo Meter Touch bat detector/recorder/analyzer at the National Science Teachers' Association Conference (NSTA) in Boston.

The Echo Meter Touch is a key-fob-sized ultrasonic module that plugs into an iPhone or iPad that accompanies a free Echo Meter touch app and provides users with a spectrogram viewer. The app can identify a bat’s species by its sounds and includes a GPS tracking feature that automatically tags all recordings with location information.

Bat Conservation International's bat biology studies curriculum guide offers in-class activities, field work and at-home projects. (Video courtesy of Ken Royal.)

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