Little Ripper Prime7 News North Coast
Little Ripper featured in a Prime7 news story following the discovery of suspicious remains on a Port Macquarie beach.
Little Ripper pilot, Nick Dyson is our man on the ground in Port Macquarie, looking after the local community.
Drone Technology proving to be pivotal for Shark Alerts
Drone technology usage is proving to be beneficial to alert beach goers of potential danger posed by sharks off the coast of the Port Macquarie-Hastings.
The Little Ripper drone has set off an alarm 14 times to clear the water over the past four months due to shark sightings.
The Ripper Group maintains a Little Ripper drone at Port Macquarie to conduct research over the beaches in the area.
The Ripper Group and our technology partner UTS (University of Technology Sydney) – finalist in the AAUS (Australian Association for Unmanned Systems) in the Innovation category.
The Ripper Group and our Tech partner UTS are proud to be made a finalist in the AAUS (Australian Association for Unmanned Systems) in the Innovation category.
The Innovation Award recognises organisations that have designed a new product, a new service, a new production or manufacturing process contributing to the advancement of the unmanned systems industry.
Telstra Festival of 5G features Little Ripper
Telstra’s Festival of 5G invited Little Ripper to be part of this event in Sydney.
Little Ripper drones have worked on several Telstra 5G projects over the past year.
Cameron Price from Channel 7 was at the Festival of 5G to see how Little Ripper drone technology and Telstra connectivity work hand in hand to save lives and protect marine species.
Safety from the sky: Shark spotting drones rolled out across Australia
What do you do when you become the killer shark capital of the world, have to ban residents and visitors from even entering the water and your tourism industry goes into freefall? The answer, in the case of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, is ask us for help. SharkSpotter is a world-leading artificial intelligence technology developed by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and operated by the Ripper Group.
Incredibly accurate shark spotting drone keeping Aussie beach goers safe
WORLD first, Australian made AI is making waves in the tech circuit as a reliable assistant in search and rescue operations and it could be the solution needed to replace controversial shark nets used at some east coast beaches in the future.
The lifesaving technology — SharkSpotter — is being used in the Little Ripper Lifesaver ‘smart drone’ to monitor Australian beaches from the sky and it’s able to find a needle in a haystack.
Lifesaving drones can detect sharks from other marine life
The Little Ripper Lifesaver drone, which won a national innovation award last week, is fitted with a SharkSpotter artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to detect sharks from live video feeds, differentiating them from 16 other types of marine life.
Australia’s First Female Aboriginal Search and Rescue UAV Pilot
Meet Australia’s first female aboriginal search & rescue drone pilot – 23 year Rajarni Gibson of Fingal in New South Wales, Australia.
Rajarni was part of a team of 9 aboriginal pilots from the Coodjinburra Clan of the Bundjalung Tribe that were trained in August 2018 by The Ripper Group.
The World’s Oldest Living Culture Embraces Hi Tech Skills To Save Lives
The Juraki Surf Culture group from Fingal in New South Wales Australia newly trained indigenous UAV pilots trained by the Little Ripper team.
London Science Museum features our SharkSpotter™
London Science Museum featured the Little Ripper drones in this clip featuring the SharkSpotter Algorithm developed with our partner – UTS – University of Technology – Sydney.
Sharkspotter™ Wins the Triple Crown of Industry Awards
The Ripper Group and University of Technology were big winners at the Australian Information Industry Association awards taking out three main categories for the Sharkspotter™ technology. This is the first time in its 25-year history that a single entity has won the Triple Crown.