The Sense of Silence Foundation is the third and ultimate threefold objective of a lifetime project aimed at providing an environmentally responsible solution to the worldwide noise issue.
Created in the deep-ocean ( and awarded by the Rolex Awards for Enterprise in 2002 (, this technology is now mature to expand from the floated rainforest to extreme polar conditions, facing the challenge of giving back a balance to Nature through the analysis of its sounds.

The Sense of Silence Foundation listens to Nature, forwarding its stream of knowledge to science and society by deploying passive acoustics sensors in areas where wild fauna conservation is threatened, to live monitor its behaviour and take conservation measures when necessary. Through the technology developed by the Laboratory of Applied Bioacoustics (LAB), which anticipated the future broad use of acoustic data at large spatial and temporal scales through its international network of acoustic stations (, live streams of sounds converge to dedicated servers where an automated analysis identifies the sources involved, displays the data on the internet and alerts scientists and regulators of the presence of threats to Nature.