Welcome to e-obs GmbH!


We are an innovative company specialized in engineering and the production of high-end GPS telemetry products to study animal movement and behaviour.

Our special focus are lightweight GPS-tags combining high data rates with intelligent recording and remote data download capabilities.

Our products enable researchers to analyse small scale movement (e.g. cat following a straight path) and distinguish distinct behaviors (e.g. bird in active flight vs. gliding vs. resting on ground).


e-obs offers bird tags as well as mammal collars in numerous shapes and sizes for a variety of study approaches.

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Puplication news!


Latest papers

Newly published research papers referring e-obs technology:


Mixed species

Release 2017-01:

A. Torres LG, Orben RA, Tolkova I, Thompson DR (2017), Classification of Animal Movement Behavior through Residence in Space and Time. PLoS ONE 12

Birds

Release 2017-07:

Fritz et al. (2017), Relation between travel strategy and social organization of migrating birds with special consideration of formation flight in the northern bald ibis. Trans. R. Soc. B

Mammals

Release 2017-09:

Oleksy et al. (2017), Flying foxes create extensive seed shadows and enhance germination success of pioneer plant species in deforested Madagascan landscapes. PLoS ONE

Reptiles and exotic species

Release 2017-05:

Yackulic et al. (2017), Benefits of the destinations, not costs of the journeys, shape partial migration patterns. J Anim Ecol.


Please refer our project site for all publications sorted by year (Projects & References).

Paper counter


Counter 2017: 15

Counter 2016: 35

Research Highlights

PRSB cover 04_2017

Farine DR, Strandburg-Peshkin A, Couzin ID, Berger-Wolf TY, Crofoot MC Individual variation in local interaction rules can explain emergent patterns of spatial organization in wild baboons., Proc. R. Soc. B, April 23, 2017 284 : 20162243.