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C-Com antennas to protect rhinos in Africa

Wednesday 29 October 2014 | 14:35 CET | News
C-Com Satellite Systems announced that its antennas are being used in The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park located in Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe to monitor and prevent the poaching of rhinos. The combined size of these three parks covers 35,000 square kilometers. The park contains 40 percent of the world's rhino population and it has recently become the frontline of the rhino poaching wars especially on the borders of Mozambique and South Africa. Saab Grintek, a C-Com iNetVu integrator based in South Africa is sponsoring a foundation that is working closely with the three

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: C-COM Satellite Systems
Countries: Africa
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