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New Technology Tested In Europe As Bird Repellent

Agrilaser, distributed by Bird Control Group, is a newly-released automated bird repellent robot which randomizes laser beams to keep birds out of apple and pear orchards. The laser trajectory is programmed through a grower’s laptop or tablet, and makes random sweeps in an area ranging from approximately 200 acres to 3,000 acres, depending on weather [...]

New Technology Tested In Europe As Bird Repellent2016-11-21T11:48:28+00:00

UK Bird Strike Committee meeting – 24 & 25 November 2014

Bird Control Group one of the speakers at UK Bird Strike Committee meeting The UK Bird Strike Committee was organized at the Civil Aviation Authority head office at London Gatwick on 24-25 November. Present were the majority of UK airports, Dublin airport and airport representatives from Italy, USA and the Netherlands. [...]

UK Bird Strike Committee meeting – 24 & 25 November 20142016-11-21T11:48:28+00:00

Successful test of bird repellent robot in orchard

Successful test of bird repellent robot in orchard A test conducted by CLM Research and Advice confirms that laser beams are an effective method to scare away birds from orchards. The innovative Agrilaser bird repellent robot provides an automated solution and does not cause nuisance to nearby residents. CLM tested the [...]

Successful test of bird repellent robot in orchard2016-11-21T11:48:30+00:00

Keeping Birds Away From Runways, Oil Rigs, And Agriculture With Laser Beams (article Fast Company)

Birds are beautiful—but also a problem for many industries. They can get caught in aircraft engines, pick apart farm crops, and pollute animal feeding troughs. They frustrate oil-rig and warehouse managers, greenskeepers, and fishermen. This is why a Dutch entrepreneur, Steinar Henskes, has developed specially designed laser beams intended to scare birds away. Still only [...]

Keeping Birds Away From Runways, Oil Rigs, And Agriculture With Laser Beams (article Fast Company)2015-06-03T13:59:28+00:00

Bird Control Group at Bird Strike Prevention Conference in Mexico City

From 20 – 24 October the Bird / Wildlife Strike Prevention Conference was held in Mexico City, organized by International Civil Aviation Organization. Bird Control Group gave a presentation, next to speakers from FAA, ICAO, KLM, AIRBUS Group and worldwide airports. The conference was attended by persons involved in aviation [...]

Bird Control Group at Bird Strike Prevention Conference in Mexico City2016-11-21T11:48:36+00:00

Visualization of wildlife strikes in the USA

Visualization of the amount of wildlife strikes in the USA recorded by the FAA between 1990 and 2009 The visualization gives you an overview of amount of collisions between aircraft and birds, mammals and reptiles. The following information is visualized: - distribution between the amount of wildlife strikes during ascent and descent - The average [...]

Visualization of wildlife strikes in the USA2016-11-21T11:48:37+00:00

The 2014 Kairos Global Summit in review

Steinar Henskes of Bird Control Group participated in last weekend’s Kairos Global Summit as member of the Kairos 50. The Kairos Global Summit brought together over 600 people, including 350 young entrepreneurs from 59 countries, the 2014 Kairos 50, over 150 mentors ranging from VCs to engineers, corporate leaders to members of the press, and [...]

The 2014 Kairos Global Summit in review2016-11-21T11:48:37+00:00

Bird Control Group elected as Kairos 50 Company

Showcasing Innovative Solutions at Kairos Global Summit, Oct. 17-19 Young Entrepreneurs from over 43 Countries Paired with Today’s Business Leaders to Present and Scale New Ventures that Address Global Issues Bird Control Group announced today that it has been chosen to participate at the Kairos Global Summit, October 17 – 19, as a Kairos 50 [...]

Bird Control Group elected as Kairos 50 Company2014-10-24T03:09:15+00:00

A short explanation on bird strikes

Bird strikes most often occur during take-off or landing, or during low altitude flight, when an airplane is most likely to be sharing the same airspace as a bird, but occasionally occur at higher altitudes. Source: Pressconnects

A short explanation on bird strikes2016-11-21T11:48:38+00:00

Repelling birds at a distance of 2,000 meters in an animal friendly manner

Repelling birds at a distance of 2,000 meters in an animal friendly manner The Agrilaser® Handheld, developed by Bird Control Group three years ago, is successfully being used to repel birds in an animal friendly manner. In cooperation with users Bird Control Group has improved the Agrilaser® Handheld [...]

Repelling birds at a distance of 2,000 meters in an animal friendly manner2016-11-21T11:48:41+00:00

Gulls be gone: Bird-scaring laser guns to be used by farmers and seaside shops

If your garden relaxation or trips to the seaside are constantly plagued by annoying seagulls, wildlife experts have offered a very James Bond-style solution — a laser gun. Don't worry, this isn't some kind of doomsday laser from a satellite but a handheld gadget called the Agrilaser, approved by Government advisors Natural England. Dubbed the [...]

Gulls be gone: Bird-scaring laser guns to be used by farmers and seaside shops2015-06-03T14:02:27+00:00

Laser gun used as ‘scarecrow of 21st century’ and to ward off seagulls

Shop and cafe owners across Devon and Cornwall are using water squirters to scare off gulls but the solution to the aerial menace may be more space-age. Special laser guns could be the answer to scare off the gulls that plague our coastal resorts. Natural England have told people trying to tackle the menace [...]

Laser gun used as ‘scarecrow of 21st century’ and to ward off seagulls2016-11-21T11:48:42+00:00

AeroNewsTV covering the Aerolaser Handheld at Southampton Airport

At around 60 miles south of London, Southampton Airport is a pioneer of wildlife hazard prevention in Britain. With the use of the Aerolaser® Handheld, the Southampton Airport bird control unit is increasing the efficiency of bird strike prevention tactics and makes airside operations even safer.

AeroNewsTV covering the Aerolaser Handheld at Southampton Airport2016-11-21T11:48:43+00:00

Laser beams may banish bats

Laser beams may banish bats A New Zealand farmer says laser beams are the best solution for dispersing flying foxes on the Sunshine Coast. The high-tech suggestion comes as the Sunshine Coast Council begins a second round of non-lethal dispersal action at the Cassia Wildlife Corridor near Coolum. About 40 per cent of the 2,500 [...]

Laser beams may banish bats2016-11-21T11:48:43+00:00

Unboxing of Agrilaser® Lite

Unboxing of Agrilaser® Lite In this video you will see the unboxing of the Agrilaser® Lite and dispersing crows, pigeons and seagulls. The package contains a storage box, an Agrilaser Lite, a user manual, two rechargeable CR batteries and a charger. The batteries need to be charged after approximately 3 hours of use. The LED [...]

Unboxing of Agrilaser® Lite2016-11-21T11:48:43+00:00

Disperse crows, pigeons and seagulls from train stations

In this video crows, pigeons and seagulls are dispersed from a train station Gulls, crows and pigeons like to hide in stations for safety and the presence of food. This video and the manual gives a clear explanation on how to use the Lite in those situations. Stations, museums and restaurants The Lite is very [...]

Disperse crows, pigeons and seagulls from train stations2016-11-21T11:48:44+00:00

Disperse birds from barns and stables

A video in which is demonstrated how birds are being repelled from indoor spaces. With the Agrilaser® Lite you can easily disperse sparrows, crows, starlings, rooks and pigeons. Stables and barns Pigeons, starlings and rooks in barns will eat the cattle nutrition and contaminate it with their wastes. Birds are known to carry viruses and [...]

Disperse birds from barns and stables2016-11-21T11:48:44+00:00

Bird Control Group introduces the Agrilaser Lite

Producer of lasers, Agrilaser, is introducing the Agrilaser Lite. The cheaper and more compact version of the famed Agrilaser Handheld. With the Agrilaser Lite, scaring off birds through laser light is now accessible for a wider audience. Agrilaser has added a starting model to their product range with the introduction of the Agrilaser Lite. The [...]

Bird Control Group introduces the Agrilaser Lite2016-11-21T11:48:47+00:00

Disperse geese from a golf course

A short video in which the Agrilaser® Handheld is used to repel geese from a golf course. The Agrilaser® Handheld is a silent portable device for bird repellent. Due to advanced patented optical technology a laser beam is emitted which is optimized for bird repellent over a long distance. In cooperation with scientist we [...]

Disperse geese from a golf course2018-09-26T09:05:43+00:00

Disperse pigeons from city buildings

A short video in which the dispersal capabilities of the Agrilaser® Handheld is demonstrated in a city. The Agrilaser® Handheld is a silent portable device for bird repellent. Due to advanced patented optical technology a laser beam is emitted which is optimized for bird repellent over a long distance. In cooperation with scientist we developed [...]

Disperse pigeons from city buildings2016-11-21T11:48:50+00:00

Repelling seagulls in the harbor

A short video in which the use of the Agrilaser® Handheld is demonstrated in a harbor. The Agrilaser® Handheld is a silent portable device for bird repellent. Due to advanced patented optical technology a laser beam is emitted which is optimized for bird repellent over a long distance. In cooperation with scientist we developed the [...]

Repelling seagulls in the harbor2016-11-21T11:48:56+00:00

Bird Control Group joins the YES!Delft Incubator

Bird Control Group has joined the YES!Delft Incubator. YES!Delft is the high tech entrepreneurs centre where startups work hard to become tomorrow’s leading firms. We are happy to move to our new office as of January 2014 and being part of the innovative atmosphere.

Bird Control Group joins the YES!Delft Incubator2016-11-21T11:49:00+00:00

Disperse pigeons and crows in Paris

The Agrilaser Handheld is the ideal solution for birds repellent in urban area’s. In the video you can see how we repel pigeons and crows from the Eiffel tower and the Louvre museum.

Disperse pigeons and crows in Paris2016-11-21T11:49:00+00:00

How to repel birds with the Agrilaser® Handheld

Place the two batteries with the positive side up. Switch on the Agrilaser® Handheld while aiming downwards, by pushing the button on the back. Project the laser dot on the ground in front of you and slowly move the dot towards the birds. Move the laser dot several times to the birds for best results. [...]

How to repel birds with the Agrilaser® Handheld2016-11-21T11:49:01+00:00

Millennium Golf course solves geese problem with Agrilaser Handheld

This is a laser torch radiating green light, which scares geese and other birds. The Agrilaser repels geese from a distance of 2,500 meters. Millennium Golf has several water bodies and is a somewhat humid course. In other words: a paradise for geese! Head Greenkeeper Rudi Hermans is not pleased: ‘One goose produces [...]

Millennium Golf course solves geese problem with Agrilaser Handheld2018-11-07T10:14:38+00:00