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AUTOMATED PEST MONITORING SYSTEM

TRAPVIEW is an automated pest monitoring system that monitors all kinds of insects, which can be lured into insect traps. It works on all continents in any area covered by the GPRS or 3G network. TRAPVIEW system consists of three fully integrated, automated and easy to use tools.

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With significantly raising accuracy and decreasing costs of pest control TRAPVIEW provides an innovative solution for farmers, advisers and researchers.

Trapview STANDARD

Most widely deployed model of the trap has a similar external appearance as the conventional delta traps, therefore its pest catch efficiency is on the same level with conventional traps as well.

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Standard

Used for monitoring

  1. codling moths – Cydia pomonella in apples and pears

  2. plum fruit moths – Grapholita funebrana in plums

  3. tomato leafminers – Tuta absoluta in tomatoes

  4. grape berry moths – Lobesia botrana and Eupoecilia ambiguella in wine grapes

  5. oriental fruit moths – Cydia molesta in peaches

  6. diamondback moth – Plutella Xylostella in plants from Cruciferae family / Brassica

Trapview SELF-CLEANING

Innovative Trapview SELF-CLEANING mechanism enables daily and reliable collection of pest monitoring data and significantly reduces the need for pest monitoring field visits.
A SELF-CLEANING model integrating bucket/funnel type of trap is especially suitable for larger moth species that come in high numbers, thus frequent change of sticky surface is required:

  1. cotton bollworm – Helicoverpa armigera

  2. silver Y moth – Autographa gamma

  3. army worms – Spodoptera spp

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Self-Cleaning

Trapview AURA

Trapview AURA uses a light lure that attracts insects by polarized UV light. A light trap is the most reliable method for monitoring of night moths, such as European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis), which have a poor response to chemical attractants. Trapview AURA enables a combination of light and chemical lures in the same trap so that it enables monitoring of a wide range of pests.

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Aura

Used for monitoring

  1. European corn borer – Ostrinia nubilalis in corn

Trapview FLY

Traps equipped with plastic housing designed for trapping flies (Diptera) more efficiently. The housing is highly modular and allows different size and shapes of entry holes. The bottom of the housing allows the use of different attractants including liquid ones. The + stands for a model with high resolution cameras for monitoring small flies like Drosophila Suzukii.

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Fly

Used for monitoring

  1. mediterranean fruit fly – Ceratitis capitata in citrus and peaches

  2. spotted wing drosophila – Drosophila suzukii in fruits and grapes

Trapview VERTICAL

A special model of traps developed for monitoring flying insects on colour sticky plates.

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Vertical

Temperature and humidity sensor

If temperature and humidity sensors are added to the trap, it is also possible to have more data about local weather conditions. Temperature degree days chart for chosen pest enables even better decision making.

External Antenna

In remote areas with a good access to mobile network is a bit of a chalenge an additional external antenna is recommended to improve reception of the mobile network signal.