We monitor insects to ensure sustainable crop utilisation and to improve tools for disease control and biodiversity for the benefit of mankind

Today, insects damage approximately 15% of crops in the US and China and 98% of sprayed insecticides reach a destination other than their target species.
Today, California alone imports 1.6 million bee colonies to sustain its farming and the world has lost a quarter of its bee population since the 1970ies.
Today, insect-borne diseases cause more than 1 million deaths annually and 2.5 billion people in over 100 countries are at risk of contracting dengue alone.
We want to change that

Our technology monitors insects real time. This enables:

Precision targeting of insecticide treatments to more effectively combat agricultural insect pests

Increased environmental awareness and understanding of pollinator behaviour

Better understanding of development in malaria mosquito populations to improve decision support for malaria control programs

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We are a University Spin-Off

We are currently developing our first commercial product. If you want to partner with us in the development process or you are interested in the final product please contact us.

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