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Acoustic monitoring for infectious disease epidemiology: Uses and advancements

Kharbanda Duong*

Global public health continues to be severely impacted by newly emerging infectious illnesses, and there is an urgent need to better understand the patterns of transmission that emerge at the nexus between human activities and wildlife habitats. Passive acoustic monitoring (PAM), which is more frequently used to study biodiversity and conservation issues, offers the chance to gather and analyse audio data in nearly real-time and at a cheap cost. With the growth of cloud-based computing, affordable hardware, and machine learning techniques, acoustic technologies are becoming more widely available. Acoustic data can supplement current surveillance techniques and offer a fresh toolkit for examining the crucial biological factors and ecological interactions that underlie infectious disease epidemiology when combined with deliberate experimental design.


Eco-acoustics; Epidemiology; Soundscape; Passive acoustic monitoring

Published Date: 2023-03-27; Received Date: 2023-03-01