Lasers to keep poultry chickens safe from avian bird flu

Organic egg farm employs lasers as biosecurity measure   Delft (the Netherlands), March 3rd, 2017 – This week, the British government has extended the avian influenza (bird flu) prevention zone to April 2017. Also the requirements of the zone have changed, meaning keepers may let their [...]

Lasers to keep poultry chickens safe from avian bird flu2017-03-03T16:28:09+00:00

Agrilaser Autonomic 2016 Pest Best Product award

At PestTech 2016, the Agrilaser Autonomic won first prize in the Pest Best Product of the year award 2016. PestTech 2016 is the Annual Exhibition and Conference put on by the National Pest Technicians Association in the UK, held on November 2nd in Birmingham. With an exhibition consisting of over 50 [...]

Agrilaser Autonomic 2016 Pest Best Product award2016-12-13T17:56:05+00:00

European Commission funds € 3 million project to eliminate rodenticide use

Laser fencing aims to reduce environmental impact by 2020 Delft, October 25, 2016 – The European Commission has decided to fund the laser fencing project against unwanted animals “LIFE Laser Fence”. Within the timespan of three years and a budget just over €3 million the aim is [...]

European Commission funds € 3 million project to eliminate rodenticide use2016-11-21T11:47:16+00:00

Laser tech keeps wild birds clear of crops

A combination of high-precision optics, filters and light frequencies has been used to create a laser machine capable of keeping birds away from fields. Gert-Jan Schep, whose company Schep LatinAmericaTrade represents Dutch group Bird Control Group in Latin America, claims the technology is not dangerous for humans or the birds themselves. "The [...]

Laser tech keeps wild birds clear of crops2016-11-21T11:47:23+00:00

Women in Horticulture Tour visits Bird Control Group

AUSVEG, Australia's national peak industry body representing the interests of Australian vegetable and potato growers, organized a Women in Horticulture Tour to the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Germany from 31 October to 14 November. The tour provides an opportunity for a small group of vegetable growers to visit [...]

Women in Horticulture Tour visits Bird Control Group2016-11-21T11:47:47+00:00

Lasers prove to be efficient pigeon deterrent in farm trial

It may sound like something from a 1960s B-film, but a project in North Yorkshire that uses lasers to deter pigeons is proving remarkably successful. Gavin Milson, project technical assistant at Stockbridge Technology Centre, Cranfield University and high-tech GPS company Manterra reckon that using laser-based bird deterrents could be a cost-effective answer [...]

Lasers prove to be efficient pigeon deterrent in farm trial2016-11-21T11:48:02+00:00

Laser technology an eco-friendly way for farmers to protect crop from birds, possibly bats

Laser technology initially developed to scare birds away from airports is becoming increasingly popular in the horticulture sector by farmers wanting to protect their crop. Already, a small handful of Australian growers use laser beam devices to keep bird pests away, but now the Dutch inventor of the product [...]

Laser technology an eco-friendly way for farmers to protect crop from birds, possibly bats2016-11-21T11:48:16+00:00

Teching-up the hort landscape

LASER beams, robots and mid-air vegetable cultivation will be on the agenda for over 100 of the country’s leading vegetable growers at the 2015 Global Technologies in Horticulture Seminar to be held on Thursday, June 25, at Jupiters Gold Coast. The seminar aims to educate Australian growers on the futuristic technology they can employ on-farm, [...]

Teching-up the hort landscape2016-11-21T11:48:16+00:00

Florida based blueberry farm reduces bird nuisance to almost zero

Florida based blueberry farm reduces bird nuisance to almost zero Blueberry farm Five-Star Family Growers in Auburndale, FL was experiencing major cedar waxwing problems. Since installing the Agrilaser Autonomic, there is little-to-no bird activity at the farm. Bird Control US, one of our US Agrilaser dealers, used a drone to create this video about the [...]

Florida based blueberry farm reduces bird nuisance to almost zero2016-11-21T11:48:17+00:00

EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Finals – ‘Entrepreneurship is an Adventure’

Each year the Entrepreneur's Organization (EO) hosts the Global Student Entrepreneurship Awards (GSEA). This year, more than 2,000 student entrepreneurs from over 38 countries competed in rigorous local, regional and national competitions. The top 44 student entrepreneurs were then selected to compete in GSEA Global Finals held in Washington, [...]

EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Finals – ‘Entrepreneurship is an Adventure’2016-11-21T11:48:17+00:00

Meet robocrow: Machines shooting long-range laser beams to scare birds away replace scarecrows

The lasers sweep at random across an area from 200 acres to 3,000 acres Robot fires intense beams of green light from on top of a tower across field Laser works by creating movement in the field that birds cannot identify Dutch farmer reports laser kept flocks of crows away from his orchard It is [...]

Meet robocrow: Machines shooting long-range laser beams to scare birds away replace scarecrows2016-11-21T11:48:25+00:00

Pest Control News features Agrilaser Autonomic

Agrilaser Autonomic The Agrilaser Autonomic is a fully automatic and autonomous system using laser bird repellent technology to repel birds and other animals 24/7 from an area of 12 square kilometres. Birds perceive the laser beam as an imminent physical danger to which they do not get accustomed. The system has been tested by an [...]

Pest Control News features Agrilaser Autonomic2016-11-21T11:48:27+00:00

Netherlands report successful test of bird repellent robot

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 Agrilaser Autonomic in an apple and pear orchard last summer. Before the [...]

Netherlands report successful test of bird repellent robot2016-11-21T11:48:28+00:00

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

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

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 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 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

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