Detection Extracts

Matched to Animals 2018

These detections have been mapped to animals tagged by your project and detected by any receiver projects, including your own. This file includes the initial release of the tagged animals.

Unqualifed Detections 2018

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.

Sentinel tag detections 2019

These are detections of tags which fall within the transmitter ID range specified by vendors to belong to test tags (including range test tags, transceiver tags and other sentinel tags).

Matched to Animals 2019

These detections have been mapped to animals tagged by your project and detected by any receiver projects, including your own. This file includes the initial release of the tagged animals.

Unqualifed Detections 2019

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.

Sentinel tag detections 2018

These are detections of tags which fall within the transmitter ID range specified by vendors to belong to test tags (including range test tags, transceiver tags and other sentinel tags).

Unqualifed Detections 2014

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.

Unqualifed Detections 2015

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.

Unqualifed Detections 2016

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.

Sentinel tag detections 2017

These are detections of tags which fall within the transmitter ID range specified by vendors to belong to test tags (including range test tags, transceiver tags and other sentinel tags).

Unqualifed Detections 2017

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.

Sentinel tag detections 2020

These are detections of tags which fall within the transmitter ID range specified by vendors to belong to test tags (including range test tags, transceiver tags and other sentinel tags).

Unqualifed Detections 2020

These are detections for which we do not know the owner. There may be several reasons for this. One: It is a test or sentinel tag and we have not been informed. Two: It is an ambiguous tag which means we have more than one set of tag metadata which the detection could belong to. Three: We have not received any release metadata for the tag. Four: It is an old style sensor tag and we have not been able to determine the associated pinger id, or even if there should be one, because we do not have the vendor tag specifications.