This monitor identifies, tracks and counts specifically Carcharhinus limbatus and Echeneis naucrates, in large numbers from video-data.


Data used to train the monitor was obtained from Aliwal Shoal, South Africa.

Before you access it using the link below, make sure you have the free version of Google Colab installed onto your google drive (usually it is automatically installed into your google drive so you don't really have to worry about it).

Then, access the counter on the cloud from here.

For instructions on how to use this ecological monitor, download the pdf instructions file below.

Click on this pdf file button to download the instructions on how to use the model


Ecological monitoring through automation