Bayer launch new rodent digital pest management system

A new rodent digital pest management system is now available to help pest managers improve efficiency when controlling rodents in retail outlets, places of food production and warehouse facilities.

Tim Peeling, Bayer product manager, says rodent infestations can really damage brand reputation, making this new and innovative system a great tool for pest managers to effectively maximise control in commercial settings.

“Developed in collaboration with Microsoft, Bayer’s digital pest management system offers real-time data across a large network of traps in multiple locations.

“The system provides a full data history, which allows pest managers to accurately report on their results, improving traceability and transparency for business owners,” he adds.

Tim explains the system also helps pest managers save time.

“It notifies the user once a rodent is caught, showing exactly which trap is activated, and the location.

“This removes the requirement to manually check traps on a regular basis and the alert system allows them to respond to the infestations much quicker, in the hope of minimising rodent activity where possible,” he adds.

Tim adds that the system is designed to support pest managers, not replace them.

“Currently, pest managers are faced with the daily challenge of balancing time, reporting infestations, and offering transparency and traceability for businesses. This digital pest management system offers a solution to these challenges that allows them to manage their time and respond quicker,” explains Tim.

The Digital Pest Management System will be distributed by Killgerm Chemicals. For more information please contact Killgerm on 01924 268 420 or sales@killgerm.com.

Join our Digital Pest Management webinar for more information

Our digital pest management webinar will provide more information about the system, how it works and what benefits it can offer pest controllers who are managing large establishments.

Date: 24 September 2020

Time: 12.30pm

Speaker: Richard Moseley

Register for the webinar HERE.