GearSense is a tool that analyses the growing environment with smart cameras and sensors. It is possible to monitor a product, such as tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, throughout its production cycle. On the screen you can see the growth and the behaviour of the plant in response to the changing environmental factors, such as the climate in the greenhouse and the circumstances surrounding the plant. By linking the measurement data to your own analysis tools or to map your growth model, you can continuously optimize the development of the plant.
The device collects particles from the air, such as fungal spores. At the end of the user-defined sampling period, the sample is moved through a series of different processes, which enables the instrument to detect the amount of spores of a target species that were in the air during the sampling period. To do this, the spores are broken open in order to release the DNA inside. Once broken open, a subsample of the disrupted spores is transferred to a tube of dried reagents within the device, in order to detect the DNA of a specific crop pathogen using a DNA-specific assay.
Automated smart trap hardware to capture the presence of the grapevine fytoplasma "Flavescence Dorée" and populations of Scaphoideus titanus in vineyards.
Digital agronomy solution to identify, analyze and treat early signs of crop threats to make informed decisions, lower costs and maximize yield. Spot the first signs of harmful insects using sub-millimetre resolution imagery to gain precise identification. Early detection and identification of lesions, spots or abnormal crop behaviour. Manage all fields in a single smart platform - imagery, analysis, insights, reports and cross-field comparisons. Be precise in farm spraying with variable rate zones - plan, quantify and export prescriptions. Seems to use drones and satellite images. SmartScout technology is available in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Bulgaria. Cloud solutions are available globally.
This Plant Health app includes a set of tools to optimize the management of crops with regard to diseases, pests and phytosanitary treatments/spraying. One of the tools available is for disease and pest prediction models. There are a number of models, developed for different types of crops (vineyards, apples, pears, olive trees, etc). These models are based on academic studies and scientific papers and were developed to be available in any country. They mostly rely on weather conditions, after setting up the base parameters of the crop, to indicate the current and future risk of certain diseases/pests and trigger alerts if the risk is High. This is one tool in a larger crop management system.
Trap-Manager® is a system of connected traps. The product consists of a box equipped with a camera, which can be attached to a pest control system. This insect management and control tool informs you continuously about the status of the traps, performs insect counts automatically and provides access to data (photos and statistics).
SnapTrap is a trap monitoring system for fruit growers and biosecurity. SnapTrap gathers photos, sensor logs and other trap data for online analysis. It provides software tools for optimising pest management, biosecurity and production. SnapTrap is designed to combat fruit fly, codling moth and several other horticulture problems. Snaptrap smart-trap boxes fit onto standard traps used for insect monitoring e.g. delta traps.
Engineered and made in France, a suite of tools allows to characterise the interactions between animals and plants. The scope of these new services is to create alternative methods for integrated pest management (IPM) techniques and to gather knowledge of pollinating insects colonies in the open field, of beehive activity, about phenotypes, etc.
Cap2020 offers 3 connected traps designed for trapping different kinds of pests. The funnel trap is suitable for trapping noctuids, but also other pests such as the boxwood borer. Thanks to the attractiveness of the pheromone and the analysis of the movement of the insect in the trap, only the target insect is counted. The second trap is an ideal tool for monitoring populations of corn pests including the European corn borer, the creel trap has for several years proven its worth in mass trapping of this pest. This trap works with a specific pheromone. The vision trap as third system is a multiple pests trap. The CapTrap Vision system was designed to identify and enumerate pests on sticky plates. To count pests, performant algorithms using deep learning are used and integrated into the trap. The counts are send directly to your CapTrap account, allow real-time monitoring of the presence of the pest and optimal interventions.