Tag: monitoring

Forward Thinking Systems: FleetCam 3.0

November 22, 2019 By
FleetCam is an all-in-one fleet vehicle camera system that can help save lives with artificial intelligence (AI) cameras, in-cab notifications and an integrated driver behavior coaching system. The latest version, FleetCam 3.0, supports up to five cameras per vehicle, including... Read more»
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Kness hires new general manager

October 9, 2019 By
Kness Manufacturing hired Dan Crew as general manager to oversee the company's daily operations and implement growth strategies. Read more»

Technicians vs. ‘checknicians’

August 2, 2019 By
Checking insect light traps, pest monitors and rodent stations are all important parts of a pest management professional’s (PMP’s) integrated pest management program for commercial accounts. Recording evidence of activity associated with these devices is an essential part of the... Read more»

Use glue board monitors for cockroach management

April 20, 2019 By
Monitoring remains an important step in cockroach management. It saves you time and money, while reducing your environmental impact. Glue boards provide an effective surveillance tool capable of painting a picture of the micro-environments in your account. Use information gleaned... Read more»

How to use bed bug monitors for prevention

April 14, 2019 By
An increasing number of PMPs are using bed bug monitors as part of a prevention program. In commercial settings like office buildings, companies may offer a proactive monitoring program to clients that will provide a discounted treatment if bed bugs... Read more»
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Use bed bug monitors for infestations

April 3, 2019 By
Studies from Rutgers University have shown that “bed bugs inhabit areas of least disturbance first.” Areas of least disturbance can include voids behind dressers, hidden corners and any area with dust bunnies. In short, dust bunnies are bed bugs’ best... Read more»
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Wildlife sanctuary to repurpose election signs for pest traps

October 25, 2016 By
Brook Waimarama Sanctuary in Nelson, New Zealand, is seeking used election signs to repurpose into pest trap and monitoring tunnels. The sanctuary is asking local candidates to donate their used signs, which were removed from the city prior to the... Read more»
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BedBug Central: e-Learning Module Series

February 10, 2016 By
BedBug University’s new three-part online training series for pest management professionals (PMPs) features bed bug biology and behavior, treatment tools and protocols, as well as the importance of monitoring. The online training accompanies the other hands-on training that BedBug University... Read more»
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Mike Hanson

Dow names Hanson to lead ActiveSense brand

July 2, 2015 By
Mike Hanson has been named product manager for the ActiveSense Remote Monitoring System under development by Dow AgroSciences. Hanson joined the company last year as a commercial project manager for its U.S. Pest Management Business. In his new role, Hanson... Read more»
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TrapSmart: WorldWide Solo Unit

March 19, 2013 By
The new TrapSmart WorldWide Solo Unit uses advanced satellite technology to provide instant computer-based monitoring of trapping sites, 24/7, without the need for ground-based cellular communication. The weather-resistant unit provides a GPS web-based, realtime trap information system that includes trap door closed activity, date, time, network status, address,... Read more»
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