Sistemas visuales láser disuasorios de aves
Sistema disuasorio de aves basado en la reactividad que ofrecen al haz láser.
¿Que es AGRILÁSER?
Agriláser es un sistema disuasorio de aves basado en la reactividad que ofrecen al haz láser.
El sistema puede funcionar autónoma o manualmente según el modelo elegido.
El modelo autónomo es instalado en plataforma fija y programado por ordenador para que obedezca patrones de movimiento preestablecidos o diseñados para el caso.
Todos los productos Agriláser están equipados con láser de alta precisión óptica que producen un haz láser verde móvil constante.
El punto en movimiento es percibido por aves como un objeto físico. Cuando el rayo láser entra en proximidad con las aves, éstas levantan el vuelo para evitar ser “golpeadas”.
Al atardecer y al amanecer, el polvo y las partículas de niebla en el aire son iluminados por el rayo láser, y el haz completo se convierte en visible. Durante estos períodos, las aves perciben el haz entero como un objeto físico y pueden ser repelidas por toda la longitud del rayo y en múltiples direcciones, a medida que el operador hace movimientos a través de la superficie protegida.
¿Qué sectores puede aplicarse?
Agrilaser puede aplicarse en las siguientes situaciones con efectividad comprobada:
- Ámbito agrícola: campos de frutales, viñedos…
- Naves: Interior y exterior. Industria de cualquier índole.
- Estadios de fútbol
- Silos de almacenamiento
- Comunidades de propietarios, viviendas
Before/After Agrilaser Autonomic's installationImmediate bird repelling results with the laser bird repellent.
Bird Laser Repels Pigeons on Corn SeedlingsAgrilaser Autonomic from Bird Control Group has been working well to prevent pigeon damage on young corn seedlings by non-lethal measures. This field is at the Hawaii Research Station of Beck's Hybrids, the largest family-owned, retail seed company in the United States. The bird repelling results so far are very positive.
Bird Laser Scares Birds Away Silently From Fields Without Bothering Neighbors
Idaho Wineries Use Laser Bird Repellent to Protect Crops from Birdshttps://birdcontrolgroup.com/
The problem with birds and grapes
"This is the time of year we've spent all the time training, pruning, spraying, keeping everything in check for," said Koenig Vineyards owner and winemaker Greg Koenig. "We're literally a few days from harvest and it's at that point that the birds also want to come and eat them. They're beautifully purple, they're the right flavor, and as they get sweeter the birds get more and more addicted to this."
Koenig said he has seen birds damage up to 40 to 50 percent of a wine crop before.
"Sometimes we'll see flocks of robins or starlings that will come, and when there's 10,000 birds, they can easily take large chunks of the vineyard crop away in a short period of time," Koenig said. "Bird control in vineyards is a big deal."
This isn't a new problem for vineyards in Idaho or anywhere in the world, but in the past, vintners have relied on canons, fake bird noises or netting to try to protect the grapes.
"Canons annoy the neighbors, and netting is very expensive and labor-intensive," Koenig said.
Lasers: The new alternative
None of the previous bird-deterring measures had worked well, so Koenig said he started looking into other methods. Noting that several major international airports and a handful of wineries in California were using lasers to spook birds, he started doing some research on their effectiveness. Pleased with the results, he wanted to try the technique out in Idaho.
There is one laser posted at Koenig's facility in the Sunnyslope region, and two others posted at one of the state's newest vineyards, J Victor Vineyards. The solar-powered laser sits on top of a pole, mounted so that it can scan over the vineyard in a random, computerized pattern that aims to keep birds from settling in the vines. The lasers are programmed to run at dawn and dusk, when birds are typically most active.
"It goes through its cycle through the vineyard every eight minutes, so if a bird is...in the Merlot and gets startled, the dot will be back in eight minutes while it makes its way to that place," Koenig said. "That's not much time. The bird is going to fly away."
But Koenig said so far, birds haven't even wanted to try to settle back into the vineyards where the lasers are scanning. The lasers are active at dawn and dusk, but are extremely dangerous to the human eye. Because of that, the laser located at Koenig Vineyards (which is also a tasting room) never runs from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. when the tasting room is open for visitors. The lasers at J Victor Vineyards are specifically programmed to stay away from any nearby homes or other populated areas.
Effective and long-lasting bird control solutionsBirds are known to commonly cause nuisance, damage and unsafe situations.
We at Bird Control Group provide effective, cost efficient, sustainable and neighbour-friendly solutions to bird problems.
Our Autonomic robotic laser provides safe continuous bird repelling after a one-time configuration. Once set, it automatically turns itself on and off, running the program in only the areas you instruct it to.
The patented Autonomic can be used in a lot of different locations and situations. It’s proven to be effective in protecting agricultural crops, commercial and industrial warehouses, refineries, feedlots, airports and many more applications. This results in many repeat customers and referrals.
A reasonable investment in the Autonomic laser will keep your area safe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, reducing bird pressure between 70 and 99%.
For more information please go to https://birdcontrolgroup.com/.
Testimonial: Autonomic laser effectively disperses starlings and keeps crops safe"It is a great addition to our tool box and I think in the future it will be our main bird repellent", Alan Jesse from Forest Hills Farms.
Testimonial: American blueberry farmer increases revenue by 33% with lasershttp://birdcontrolgroup.com/
A story about American blueberry farmer who lost 25% of his crops to birds (around 100,000 USD per year). The situation changed when the automated laser bird repellents became the predominant bird control method. Now the farm saves $100,000 per year on crop loss and as a result he saves 262,500 kg of blueberries per year.
A full readable story can be found here: https://birdcontrolgroup.com/blueberry-farm-increases-revenue/
Testimonial: Laser bird deterrent solves bird problem at Griffin's Lairhttp://birdcontrolgroup.com/
The vineyard’s biggest pest problem was bird damage to grapes. Jim Griffin, Owner of Griffin’s Lair, says that he spent more than 25,000 US dollars per year (which is 1,190 US dollars per acre) on netting and labor costs as bird control methods. Netting was very costly and required extra labor force. That was the reason why Jim went in search of a new more convenient and effective bird repellent. Meanwhile Jim’s wife had read of Bird Control Group and was very excited about the automated laser bird repellents. She immediately told Jim to contact Bird Control Group to get informed more on the lasers.
Very quickly, Jim got 4 automated lasers installed on the vineyard. He is happy with the results - a 99.8% reduction in birds!
Autonomic laser bird deterrent at a California vineyardhttp://birdcontrolgroup.com/
4 Autonomic laser bird deterrent systems protect a 21 acres vineyard in Petaluma, California, USA
AVIX Bird detection system using machine learning / artificial intelligencehttps://www.avix.com/avix-bird-detection-system/
The AVIX bird detection system uses an advanced camera configuration in combination with artificial intelligence to identify birds. It can distinguish between birds, humans and other objects.
Machine learning & neural network
The AVIX bird detection system has the possibility to continuously improve its detection capabilities using machine learning and a neural network. It uses advanced classifiers and large databases to achieve its performance.
Bird Control Group at EU Top 50 Hemicycle Startup Conventionhttps://birdcontrolgroup.com/
Bird Control Group at EU Top 50 Hemicycle Startup Convention
Melkveehouder Paul Dijkzeul over ganzen verjagen met laserhttps://birdcontrolgroup.com
Melkveehouder Paul Dijkzeul spreekt over het verjagen van ganzen met laser in het Reformatorisch Dagblad