Drone Operations:

Saving Thirty Hills

with World Wildlife Fund

Drone Operations:

Saving Thirty Hills

with World Wildlife Fund

WWF is setting out on a 60-year challenge to save one of the last great stands of rain forest in the deforestation hotspot that is the Indonesian island of Sumatra.

/01CONTEXT

Thirty Hills is the last large block of intact lowland forest standing in central Sumatra. Around 120 elephants, 170 orangutans, and 30 Sumatran tigers—all of them critically endangered—roam its dense woods.

/02CHALLENGE

Transport audiences to the Thirty Hills, or Bukit Tigapuluh, as the area is locally known, to immerse viewers into the heart of this special—yet fragile—forest and its inhabitants.

/03SOLUTION

Evermaven deployed certified drone pilots who worked with local partners to identify specific characteristics of the forest. We then flew strategic routes over these areas.

/05Services

Drone Videography, Aerial Photography, Video Editing, Post-production

/06Aerial Photography