Bell Labs’ iQ product line earns award

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August 13, 2021

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August 13, 2021


IMAGE: BELL LABS

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The iQ product line from Bell Laboratories was recognized as a recipient of 2021 Internet of Things (IoT) Evolution Business Impact Award.

The iQ products, powered by Bell Sensing Technologies (BST), bring rodent monitoring technology to pest management professionals (PMPs). The full product line of smart rodent devices launched at PestWorld 2019 and iQ products can now be found throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia at some of the largest pest control companies in the industry.

“When we created our Bell Sensing Technologies division, our goal was to provide pest management professionals around the globe with the ability to efficiently and accurately protect their customers from disease and damage caused by rodent populations,” said Patrick Lynch, ACE, senior VP of sales for Bell Laboratories and general manager for Bell Sensing Technologies. “iQ products allow technicians to accomplish these goals, all from the palm of their hand.”

The award was given by TMC, a global technology media, in conjunction with CrossFire Media. Winners of the award must demonstrate how their products, solutions and services provide leadership to their industry. Bell’s iQ products were highlighted as one of the top solutions for innovating products and paving the way for the IoT future, as judged by the editors of IoT Evolution World.

Bell Labs’ Express, Ambush, T-Rex and Trapper 24/7 traps are available in an iQ form that will sync with the BST smartphone app and portal. The system requires no gateways or complicated infrastructure. iQ products permit PMPs to streamline service and maintain a safe distance from their customer. Earlier this year, Bell Labs’ full line of iQ rodent monitoring products gained the benefit of being integrated into WorkWave’s PestPac software.

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Danielle Pesta

Danielle Pesta is the digital media manager North Coast Media, the parent company of PMP magazine. She can be reached at dpesta@northcoastmedia.net or 216-363-7928.

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