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ROADKILL MITIGATION

WELCOME TO WILDLIFE SAFETY SOLUTIONS
THE HOME OF VIRTUAL FENCING.

 

OUR AIM

 

Our aim is to protect the wildlife of Australia and enhance the safety of drivers with the latest road-kill mitigation technology. Our latest testing has seen a 50% reduction in wildlife vehicle collisions. The virtual fence uses the latest non invasive audio and visual systems to alert animals and prevent vehicle contact.

Wildlife is a widely underestimated challenge to traffic safety. Every year in Australia there are many thousands of accidents involving wildlife and vehicles, resulting in wildlife deaths and injuries, injuries and loss of life to people, and damage to vehicles and property.

The DD420 Virtual Fencing device is the basic model on the market. 

The DD430 incorporates the features of the DD420, along with the advantages of the very latest technology.

HELPING THE SURVIVAL
OF THE TASMANIAN DEVIL

 

Virtual fencing made its Australian debut in Tasmania where the technology is utilised to help protect the vulnerable Tasmanian devil. Firstly we identified hotspots where healthy Tasmanian devils were being killed by vehicles. WSS set up the first test site in a disease free area and has seen a 50% reduction in road kill events across the common species recorded.

LATEST NEWS

 

Roadkill deaths halved on Australian road thanks to a fence of sound

New Scientist discusses the results on a three year trial of Virtual Fencing technology completed by the Tasmania government, reporting “0.7 animals were killed per kilometre along the fenced road, compared to 1.2 animals per kilometre along unfenced stretches of road at either end.

Trialing the effectiveness of virtual fence devices on Tasmania's west coast

Lead author Dr Samantha Fox from the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP), says the paper shows that the devices have a significant impact on reducing the roadkill of Australian native species.

WSS features in the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife magazine

The Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife are supporting our plight to help save the endangered Tasmania Devil.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

 

We believe that too many animals are being killed on Australia's roads, there is now a solution to save our countries wildlife, sign up to our newsletter today and we'll keep you informed about our objective of rolling out this essential technology across our nation.