SCOUT MOBILE – GUDP project

In the late summer 2020 FaunaPhotonics embarked on a 3-year project with the University of Aarhus Flakkebjerg, supported with around seven and a half million kroner from GUDP (Grønt Udviklings- og Demonstrationsprogram) administered by the …
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John Deere Startup Collaborator Program

In January 2020 John Deere announced the participants of the second round of their startup collaborator program. FaunaPhotonics is one of 4 startup companies to take part in this program during 2020. The collaboration began …
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Industrial PhD – Biodiversity

In January 2020 our data analyst Klas Rydhmer, who has been part of the company since 2016, began an industrial PhD with the working title: Development of automated and non-intrusive monitoring of pollinators and insect biodiversity using optical sensor. The …
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Innovation Post doc – Modelling and monitoring

In January 2020 Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr. Emily Bick started a 2-year project in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen and FaunaPhotonics, funded in part by the Danish Innovationsfonden. The working title of the project is: …
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Larval stage sea lice in aquaculture

We are working towards a sensor for real-time, automated detection and classification of larval stage salmon lice. Aiming for an early detection of the larval parasites before they attach to the host fish, we hope to improve the …
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Bee behavior in white clover

Since 2016, we have been collaborating with AU Flakkebjerg, investigating the behaviour of honey and bumblebees in white clover fields. Improved methods for mapping honey and bumblebee behaviour can contribute to protective measures in Danish plant breeding, …
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Field campaign Denmark – spring 2019.

For our Spring campaign we partnered with SEGES, AU Flakkebjerg, agricultural advisor VKST and Teknologisk Institut – Agrotech. The objective of our Spring campaign was to link up labelled data with observations in the field. Specifically, …
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Collaboration with BASF

In 2017 we embarked on a three-year research collaboration with BASF, working on developing sensor technology to improve activities within digital farming. The project name is: “Agronomic pest mitigation & non-target effects mitigation strategies using in-field light detection and ranging …
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