Anticimex SMART Launched in the U.S.

Anticimex SMART Launched in the U.S.

The technology is an intelligent system that detects rodents early.


The intelligent pest control system, Anticimex SMART, has been widely used in Europe, Asia and Australia. So far, more than 75,000 Smart units have been installed in 17 countries. Now, the high-tech system has been launched in the United States.

“Healthy, rat-free environments are key for cities and businesses to remain attractive and Anticimex SMART is the most precise data-driven solution that fights the problem in all environments, including sub-ground in the sewer system, without using any poison. “It is a much smarter way to stay ahead of rodents,” says Jens Peter Nielsen, vice president, Anticimex North America.

Anticimex SMART is a non-toxic solution that makes rodent prevention possible without threatening the environment. It’s also proven efficient regardless of climate and surroundings.

“In today’s society we all compete for attracting the right people. To attract customers, employees, citizens, companies or tourists there’s a need to secure a healthy environment. As companies and cities of tomorrow strive to become both green and rat-free, the SMART system provides an environmentally-friendly solution that they can really get behind,” Nielsen added. “We want to help our customers to go beyond sustainable goals and create healthy environments where people want to live and work.”

Where other innovative technologies lack human elements, Anticimex SMART packs powerful AI (artificial intelligence) to detect vermin the instant it breaches a building with a proven pest control solution that gives its users the best of two worlds — automation and expertise. Anticimex SMART provides digital reports to its users continually, showing results such as time and date for activity, as well as trend curves. The reports enable users to stay in control, minimize risks and see the value of their investments. 

Anticimex SMART is brought to the U.S. market via Anticimex´s four subsidiaries:  American Pest (MD, DC, VA), Modern Pest Services (ME, MA, NH, CT), Turner Pest Control (FL) and Viking Pest Control (NJ, NY, PA, DE).   
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