BirdAlert® – the brain behind the scaretools

27. July 2017 by WildDetect

The little yellow box controls and regulates it’s connected scaretools to make them work with optimal efficiency. BirdAlert® ensures that they immediately target potentially injurious birds that come within range. And BirdAlert® can ensure that the scaretools maintain their effect week after week, year after year.

BirdAlert® creates lasting effect

The effect of traditional scaretools is most often weakened by habituation. Birds can quickly get accustomed to actions so that they largely lose their effect. BirdAlert® is developed to meet this challenge. BirdAlert® can variegate the order and intensity of actions so habituation can be avoided entirely!

When BirdAlert® registers one of the injurious species it is set to “guard” against, it immediately launches a scareprogram aimed at precisely that species. The program will variegate the order in which the connected scaretools are activated. Augmented by the large built-in library of sound recordings in BirdAlert®, the “yellow brain” thus radically improves the effect of any and all connected scaretools.

More to secure the future

In the future the system will be able to reject more species and allow for an even broader array of scare programs. The BirdAlert® box is equipped with five sockets. Here, different scaretools may be connected, such as gas cannons and loudspeakers. There are additional sockets for hooking up a solar panel and/or an external battery to supply power. We expect that BirdAlert® will soon be able to employ tools such as scarecrow kites, laser systems and blow-up scarecrows. This will not require a new box. Expansions will come in the form of software updates to “the brain”.

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