From saving cheetahs to preserving fresh water systems, analytics plays a role in many inspiring conservation projects around the world. Read on to learn about a few of our favorites.
Learn how analyzing footprints could help save cheetahs in Namibia and other endangered animals around the world. Amazingly, conservationists are researching how artificial intelligence may help us recreate some of the skills used by indigenous trackers. The answers could help us better understand what steps we need to take to save endangered species.
How much do we know about fresh water systems and the dynamic nature of streams and rivers? Find out how one data scientist turned his fascination with streams and rivers into a career that could help preserve one of our most precious and life sustaining resources.
How did SAS end up with sheep on its solar farm? Find the answer to this question - and other fun facts in this recent post about the SAS Solar Farm.
More than 1 million members and millions of advocates donate to World Wildlife Fund to help conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on earth. Learn how World Wildlife Fund uses analytics to maximize donations that build a future where people live in harmony with nature.
Since 2017, SAS has partnered with Bee Downtown to host 4 beehives at our Cary, NC Headquarters. Bee Downtown is a North Carolina startup that is committed to building healthy honey bee populations, and they do so in an unconventional way: placing hives on corporate campuses. Businesses both large and small “sponsor” honey bee hives that are maintained by the knowledgeable Bee Downtown team.