News

  • New release: Undelete, password reset, & bug fixes

    Newly released software includes an undelete functionality and the ability to reset your password, along with various bug fixes.
  • Email notifications for flat battery now going out.

    If you are using one of our thermal cameras, then you will have probably noticed that we have rolled out the functionality to send an email when we...
  • See who's tagging, no more duplicates and other improvements

    You can now see who has added tags to your tracks and delete any if you're an admin. Duplicate recordings should now be a thing of the past. Other changes improve speed and reliability.
  • Thumbnails now in emails and bug fixes

    We will be making a small release this week which has a number of behind the scene changes. Thumbnails The first change that is visible to our cust...
  • Updated Sidekick App: Improved reliability

    The team at the Cacophony Project have updated the Sidekick app that is used with our thermal cameras.  The new version, 2.2.2, is only available t...
  • Trap NZ integration and interface improvements

    Significant changes to the way you use and access groups of devices on the Cacophony Project Portal. This includes integration with trap.nz and a new label: Flagged for review.
  • Save $750,000

    As we increase the manufacturing volumes, we expect the price of our traps to fall significantly.
  • Ruru/moreporks automatically identified now

    We have just released our automatic ruru/morepork identification software. This software runs over every file uploaded from a Cacophony Bird Monito...
  • Slow processing of recordings

    Just a quick note to let you know that we have noticed some of our videos are taking a long time to process. We've identified a few things we can c...
  • Improved mobile performance, new video player and battery alerts

    The team at The Cacophony Project are about to release new features for the portal that is used for viewing thermal videos. The screenshot below sh...
  • Cacophony traps are catching lots of predators

    The Cacophony trap testing continues and is catching lots of possums, feral cats and hedgehogs. This post shows some of those catches and shares some of what has been learnt from the testing.
  • Pestival on Great Barrier Island/Aotea

    A summary of the Pestival hui on Great Barrier Island, April 2021.