Effective Bird Control with Laser Technology

Make your business safer and more sustainable with AVIX laser bird control technology. Our innovative solutions safeguard facilities, crops, and animal feed, delivering a remarkable reduction of over 70% in bird activity, as attested by our satisfied customers.

How does laser bird control work?

The principle of laser bird control is inspired by nature. Birds’ most developed sense is sight, and they perceive laser lights on the green spectrum like physical objects. So when the laser moves toward the birds, it triggers their natural fight or flight instinct, making them flee.

We dedicated years of research to developing the ultimate laser bird control technology and accomplished it by applying a combination of highly precise optics, filtering, and light frequencies. The result is exceptional performance in bird repelling while maintaining safety for both humans and birds.

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How you benefit
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Cost-effective
Our laser bird deterrents are one-time investments that will bring immediate positive results. One system can cover broad areas (range up to 2,500 meters) and requires minimal maintenance.
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No habituation
Our bird scaring lasers approach birds from different angles at random moments. They are never predictable so birds do not get used to them. After repeated experiences with our lasers, birds tend to avoid the area where the systems are active.
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Safety features
Our patented safety features make sure that laser exposure only occurs when and where it is appropriate. Furthermore, all our customers are required to complete a laser safety course.

Bird species reacting to the laser beam

Our lasers are used in more than 110 countries and most birds respond immediately to the laser beam by flying away.
Some of the species that our laser bird deterrents effectively repel are:

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Ducks
Anatidae
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Geese
Anatidae
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Gulls
Laridae
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Pigeons
Columbidae
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Sparrows
Passerideae
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Crows
Corvidae

Bird deterring methods compared

Bird Control Group Lasers Visual Deterrents Bird Netting/Exclusion Sound
Cost Effective
Easy to Deploy
Autonomous Solution
No Bird Habituation
Sustainable