Used for monitoring: European corn borer — Ostrinia nubilalis in corn Contact us for more details. Trapview FLY Traps equipped with plastic housing designed for trapping flies Diptera more efficiently. Used for monitoring: mediterranean fruit fly — Ceratitis capitata in citrus and peaches spotted wing drosophila — Drosophila suzukii in fruits and grapes Contact us for more details. Contact us for more details. Temperature and humidity sensor If temperature and humidity sensors are added to the trap, it is also possible to have more data about local weather conditions.
External Antenna In remote areas with a good access to mobile network is a bit of a chalenge an additional external antenna is recommended to improve reception of the mobile network signal. Trapview Applications. The Trapview team. Team members. Katarina Mele. Tanja Bertok. Polona Urbanc.
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How often trap needs attendance? Are pheromones included? You can use any pheromone from any provider. Is SIM card included? Can the installation be done without support? When is it best time to install the traps? How to store the trap during the winter? When battery is empty it seems to be charging slowly? Is there any other way to charge it besides solar panel? What cloud processing does to images that come from traps?
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These actions reduce sealing, increase steam loss, and can eventually lead to a costly blowing condition.