Monday, 16 December 2013

New introductory video

We present our new video where you can see the advantages of using the TRAPVIEW system in modern farming.

With development of modern techniques of pest control, for instance mating disruption systems and bio – pesticides, quantity of residues of dangerous substances in food - mainly pesticides - drastically decreased. However, these techniques require monitoring of pest populations in real time (on a daily basis ).
Trapview is electronic trap for automated monitoring of pests which are attracted with the help of pheromone. It captures images of the sticky plate in the delta trap and transfers them to the server. Images are gathered, processed and archived. Target pests are recognized and automatically marked. An application with analytical tools allows you monitor pest populations and their dynamics in near real-time from anywhere.
All this allows users to take optimal decisions regarding control strategies.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Unexpected guests

With TRAPVIEW we can effective catch different pest population, which can efficiently lured into delta trap with appropriate pheromone. The system uses schedule to take pictures frequently with help of four HD cameras.
The data is send to the server, where images with captured pests are being archived.

During the analysis of the image uninvited guest like ants, beetles or birds are spotted sometimes.

Spider is eating the moth.
The moth can be spotted on the left side of picture.
On the contrary, on the right side only trail remains of it. It was eaten by ants.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Video tutorial

To facilitate the installation of TRAPVIEW, we are preparing a video tutorial, which will guide customers step by step to mount the trap.

Video tutorial will be available soon.

Friday, 18 October 2013

Pest monitoring

TRAPVIEW blog will be used to give more insight into what is new in the field of pest monitoring. This includes interesting posts/articles that we come across, our own adventures and of course interesting situations from real-life usage of the system.

Here is one example...
two days later...
and next day...