What is a pest monitoring system?
With the rapid development of smart agriculture, it is particularly important to produce “digital agriculture solutions” through technological means to guide farmers in planting. Accurate analysis and statistics of pests are of great significance to the comprehensive management of pests. Therefore, the pest monitoring system came into being.
Agriculture must be commercialized, specialized and modernized, which puts forward higher requirements for high yield, high quality and high efficiency. The prediction and prevention of pests and diseases is an important part of agricultural production. The impact is huge. As the ecological environment in the field changes greatly, the frequency of diseases and insect pests also increases.
In the past, getting a handle on insects required plant protectors to go out into the field to catch them and then do the calculations. Later, there was no need to catch insects, but the collection and calculation of insect conditions still need to be completed manually, workers still need to frequent field, time-consuming and laborious, difficult to meet the actual needs of production. The pest monitoring system has drastically improved this phenomenon.
What is a pest monitoring system?
The pest monitoring system is a modern pest automatic forecasting system. The system uses knowledge and methods such as biology, ecology, mathematics, system science, logic, etc, and utilizes modern optical, electrical, numerical control technology, and wireless transmission technology. Internet of Things and other technologies, combined with practical experience and historical data, can predict the future trend of pests and diseases. You can easily grasp the real-time pest situation with mobile phones and computers, which greatly improves labor efficiency and the accuracy of monitoring results. Personnel and growers provide accurate and timely forecast services.
What are the advantages of the insect situation monitoring system compared with the traditional insect situation forecasting method?
1、Monitoring is more accurate
The pest monitoring system is a new generation of image-based pest monitoring and reporting tools, which can automatically trap, kill, disperse, and take pictures without supervision. , Transmission, collection, drainage, etc., and upload the pest category and count status to the agricultural pest situation monitoring and reporting platform in real time, and display it on the web side. According to the identification result, the occurrence and development of the pest will be analyzed and predicted to provide accurate Pest monitoring data provide accurate and effective data support for the occurrence of pests in the coming year.
2、green environmental protection
Traditional pest control uses pesticides, which pollute the environment and affect the sustainable development of agriculture, while the pest monitoring system uses modern optical, electrical, and numerical control integrated technologies to achieve pest control. The far-infrared automatic processing is helpful to vigorously promote the green prevention and control technology of crop pests, reduce the use of chemical pesticides, and contribute to the sustainable development of agriculture.
3、Easy to manage
The pest monitoring system can upload the pest situation to the intelligent agricultural cloud platform in real time, with functions such as real-time pest situation monitoring, artificial intelligence identification of insect bodies, and insect situation identification report generation. On the platform, you can see various data about the insect situation at each measurement point, which is convenient for unified management and helps various regions to actively promote professional unified defense and governance services.
With the popularization of smart agriculture, insect monitoring systems are increasingly used in agriculture, forestry, customs, landscaping, professional standardized science and technology demonstration parks and many other fields. Monitoring, early warning, forecasting and forecasting of information on changes in the pest situation in the field, and assisting managers in formulating specific prevention and control measures in a timely manner.