Remote monitoring of traps

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Celium Technology

This is transforming wide scale pest management in rural and remote areas by enabling traps to be monitored remotely. These ‘smart-traps’ transmit data about their status to a central hub, then via satellite to a cellphone or laptop. More information…

 


Trapminder

This system uses remote sensors to automatically capture and send real-time information on traps, gates and fences. Trapminder’s inventor, Gian Badraun, won WWF’s Conservation Innovation Award in 2014. Trapminder is currently being used by Glenfern Sanctuary on Great Barrier Island. More information…