A mesh network is a collection of routers and repeaters that are bound together to create a wide area network for use around the grounds. Once this network is complete it will allow us to connect to some of the bird and bat box cameras and other wildlife related cameras that we need to install in the park.
Locals will be able to access these cameras to watch our local wildlife. This network will also allow us to move towards a completely digitised community group, which in turn will allow quick reporting, centralisation of paperwork and maintenance records.
This project: Build a park wide Wifi network to facilitate wildlife watching online by the local community
Brings wildlife online for all locals
Allows reporting of problems to be recorded by anyone and instantly
Centralise our Paperwork & Maintenance records
Supporting future plans
Volunteers and expertise required: If you can provide expertise in this area, or offer your help by volunteering on this project, please let us know.
Funding of £500 has already been allocated to this project, but to fully achieve our goal, more donations will be gratefully received.
Whats required: The purchase of a selection of repeaters, routers and software.
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