BirdAlert Uses IoT Technology for 24/7 Monitoring

BirdAlert Uses IoT Technology for 24/7 Monitoring

The product combines modern IoT technology with traditional bird-scaring practices.

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BirdAlert uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology to help businesses maintain bird free environments in cost-effective and flexible ways, according to the manufacturer. BirdAlert combines modern IoT technology with time tested bird-scaring practices to ensure habituation is avoided. 
 
BirdAlert monitors sites 24/7 using an advanced microphone system. When BirdAlert registers a specific nuisance bird in the area - it activates using one of the five input options. The recommended speakers have proven to be very effective, the manufacturer reports, as they use a built-in library of distress calls targeted towards the particular species.
 

BirdAlert is placed in the wanted area and monitored through an online portal. BirdAlert will detect when the chosen birds are within a radius of up to 250 meters. BirdAlert is equipped with five sockets, allowing the customer to connect different scare tools. These include: the recommended speakers, as well as a gas cannon, kite controller, eagle eye and scareman.

BirdAlert is available from UK-based distributor Integrum. Learn more at https://integrumservices.co.uk/.