|Figure 1: Yes, a fruit bat|
- CellGuide Robin GPS Logger with 100mAh battery (2.2 grams): total weight 4.75 grams
- Programmed to operate every day between 5pm to 5am
- Total length of the experiment: 72 hours
- Operating regime:
- Fix every 3 seconds
- Medium sensitivity (GPS snapshot length of 128ms)
The test was conducted by researches from Tel Aviv University. They packed Robin in a light weight plastic wrap along with a UHF beacon device, and attached everything to the bat using a special medical glue that only sticks for a few days.
|Figure 2: A picture of the fruit bat with Robin on the back.|
|Figure 3: The test area.|
Figure 4: From left to right: first, second, and third night
The Robin logger was found two weeks later inside the cave, using a UHF beacon device. A summary of the experiment is given below.
|Figure 5: All nights on the same map.|