Spotta Smart Pest Systems has strengthened its global reach with three new distributor agreements: Pest-End Exterminators and Colorado Tri-Flo Systems in the USA, and Amicus Environmental Services in the UK. The new additions further Spotta’s ability to provide technology-led solutions which aid pest control in the accommodation, forestry and agricultural industries.
Each of the new partnerships will center on Spotta’s monitoring solution for the accommodation sector, which detects bed bugs in hotels, motels, hostels, student residences, care homes and other multi-room accommodation businesses. The resellers will also assist customers in their region with installation and servicing, training and ongoing customer support.
Pest-End will incorporate Spotta as a part of its integrated pest management solution. The provider works with residential and commercial properties in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.
Colorado Tri-Flo will offer Spotta’s always-on monitoring technology alongside its own industrial heaters for treating the pests.
Amicus Environmental Services plans to utilize Spotta’s technology as part of its focus on delivering technology-driven solutions to the pest control market.
“Each partner company shares our belief that technology can help the pest control industry work in a more proactive way,” Robert Fryers, CEO of Spotta. “Monitoring leads to early detection, and early detection of pests leads to more effective treatment and the opportunity to reduce pesticide use.”
“Whether it’s the pairing of our monitoring system with Colorado Tri-Flo’s heat treatments, the support of industry-leader Pest-End or the forward-thinking of Amicus, each partner enhances our offering,” he said. “We’re looking forward to working with them to bring about a technological revolution to the global pest control industry.”
Offering unique detection and 24/7 monitoring solutions, Spotta’s smart systems allow businesses to react early and in a targeted manner to the presence of pests. This early action leads to a reduction in pesticide use in treatment and minimizes overall damage caused by pests, controlling them before large scale infestations can take hold.
Spotta uses computer vision (to detect and classify the pests), a dedicated communication network (to notify of pests’ presence) and custom-designed hardware, for ‘fit and forget’ installation. Its accommodation solution, the Bed Pod, has a 94.2% detection rate in detecting the presence of bed bugs.
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