Bird Control Group

Agrilaser Autonomic 2016 Pest Best Product award


Courtesy of Bird Control Group

At PestTech 2016, the Agrilaser Autonomic won first prize in the Pest Best Product of the year award 2016.

PestTech 2016 is the Annual Exhibition and Conference put on by the National Pest Technicians Association in the UK, held on November 2nd in Birmingham. With an exhibition consisting of over 50 exhibitors, a series of seminars on interesting and informative topics as well as practical demonstrations, PestTech is the event for the British pest controllers. Bird Control Group was present with a booth together with multiple partners. Steinar Henskes, founder of Bird Control Group, gave a technical workshop on how to keep birds away using laser technology. In the workshop the different variations of the automated laser were covered and the effect of the laser beam on crows, pigeons, sparrows and starlings was demonstrated.

Agrilaser Autonomic

The principle of repelling birds with a laser beam has been inspired by nature. Birds perceive an approaching laser beam as a physical danger. It triggers the bird’s natural survival instincts, causing them to fly away.

Following a sustained and continuous presence of the moving laser beam, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, a previously infested area becomes free of birds as their behavior adapts to the presence of a perceived threat. The Agrilaser Autonomic bird dispersal system is effective on all species of bird. It is silent, offering non-lethal and chemical-free pest control.

Applications include: industrial roofs, solar panel arrays, astroturf pitches, sports stadiums, retail parks, listed building facades, public buildings, warehouses, farm buildings and even unmanned offshore platforms and gas terminals.

Winner of the Pest Best Product Award 2016

Voted for by readers of Pest magazine, Agrilaser Autonomic won the 2016 Pest Best Product award.

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