RATSENSE is a rodent surveillance system that uses data and the latest IoT technologies to provide impactful insights on rodent activity for effective trap placements and efficient long-term rodent risk management.
The directional entry points of rodents in the building
The rodent population and highlight spikes in activity
An early warning system in case of a population surge
The nesting points for rodents; and
Hot spots of rodent activity such as entry and exit points; and
The rodent population from growing rapidly
If the rodents are entering or exiting the tenanted spaces
The rodent population right at the source
of existing processes through automation and interpreting of rodent monitoring data
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RATSENSE was conceived to overcome the perennial problem with rodents in the urban environment. The biology and evolution of the creature's habit and behavious requires a more scientific approach to eradication.
The more data you have, the easier it is to find an effective solution to any problem.
Rats have been infecting humans with a new strain of Hepatitis. Scientists still do not know how the virus has been transmitted. We need ongoing vigilance in the public to control rodents to prevent this unusual infection.
Rats don't obey human territories. Both individual tenants and entire shopping malls need to work together to prevent the negative brand image. We set traps according to data and don't place them indiscriminately, this can result in a cost reduction.
Automation aims to reduce downtime. Digitalisation of rodent control, helps in minimising human interaction. This increases your health and safety standards.
I think what the team at RATSENSE has done and developed is much commendable. We at Pine Garden's Cake look forward to further innovations and development using IOT on the front of pest control as rodents are getting "smarter" and more elusive. As such, more advanced monitoring system is needed to make sure that the food and beverages industry is better equipped to counter and make sure food hygiene standards are upheld at its highest level.
Our challenge in pest and vector control in Changi Airport is the lack of skilled pest control technicians and the vast real estate to be maintained (i.e. >1,000,000 m2). In addition, government levy, foreign labour quota and progressive wage models make over reliance on manpower an unsustainable contract management model. Hence, at CAG, we have been exploring and experimenting with technology in the FM sphere for several years. We support the co-existent of technology and our talented workforce in our FM operations.