Weathy Forecast EN SMAPP LAB Digital monitoring
Better forecast
Efficient protection

About SMAPP

The SMAPP LAB team develops a digitized trap family which monitor the pest insects and predict effectual several pest control points. The methods used nowadays do not allow farmers to guard efficient against these pests.

In addition, due to climate change, the life cycles of different pests are changing, which cannot be traced without real-time data collection. SMAPP LAB gives decision support to the farmer by automated pest monitoring for crop protections. Based on our collected data our goal is to provide accurate predictions of the pest population. Therefore, the farmers control them efficient at the right time.

Why it is worth choosing us?

Innovative

Automated traps collect daily catch data and temperature values. The data is uploaded to an online database where it is evaluated by artificial intelligence.

Easy to Use

The farmers have to visit only their own online interface, the traps do everything else instead of them. The daily trap check is replaced by a once-a-month pheromone change.

Effective

Thanks to real-time data collection, we can more accurately determine protection points against pests. Moreover, in case of bisex traps, collective monitoring of males and females increases further the effectiveness of protection.

FAQ

Which pests can I monitor with the trap?

Currently, you can buy traps to monitor codling moth, corn borer and cotton bollworm, but we are constantly working to develop our traps to monitor for many other pests.

How many traps are advised by hectare?

In the case of codling moths, we recommend placing a trap every 3-5 hectare, in the case of corn borer and cotton bollworm, it is sufficient to place one trap every 50-100 hectare, depending on the layout and size of the given field.

How does it compare to standard pheromone trap? Why is SMAPP LAB traps better?

SMAPP LAB traps are based on traditional pheromone traps, but thanks to automation, the farmer does not need to visit the traps every day and manually identify and count the moths that have flown in. It is sufficient to replace the pheromone and the battery once every 3-4 weeks.

Our digitized traps also collect temperature data, further refining the forecast. Also, we use not only pheromone but also bisex lure in our traps so we can observe both sexes.

How can I see the data collected by traps?

Each user has their own interface, which is accessible through our website, but registration is necessary. On the online interface, the data can be tracked graphically by daily, weekly or monthly breakdown.

What does the trap include?

The traps include pheromone or lure and the SIM cards as well. This way even the first use is costless.

Can I deploy the traps without support?

Yes, the trap can be easily set up with the instructions attached to the trap.

Product

Individually developed digitized codling moth, corn borer and cotton bollworm traps.

Cotton bollworm

Based on traditional delta-type pheromone traps, the SMAPP LAB team has created a fully digital automated corn borer trap that allows you to access reliable and accurate corn borer catch and temperature data from your own fields online every day. Depending on the size and topography of the area, it is recommended to place a trap every 50-100 hectare. The trap also includes pheromone and a SIM card, as well as a guide for set up.

Corn borer trap

Based on traditional VARL-type traps, the SMAPP LAB team has created a fully digital automated corn borer trap that allows you to access reliable and accurate corn borer catch and temperature data from your own fields online every day. Depending on the size and topography of the area, it is recommended to place a trap every 50-100 hectare. The trap also includes lure and a SIM card, as well as a guide for set up.

Codling moth trap

Based on traditional delta-type pheromone traps, the SMAPP LAB team has created a fully digital automated codling moth trap that allows you to access reliable and accurate codling moth catch and temperature data from your own fields online every day. It is recommended to place a trap every 3-5 hectare. The trap also includes a pheromone and a SIM card, as well as a guide for set up.

Inquiry

If you are interested, the SMAPP LAB team will contact you and inform you of all further details.