Introducing the Rodent Control System from xBiDa: a state-of-the-art solution for managing rodent populations in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. Our system uses a combination of advanced sensors, artificial intelligence, and targeted pest control methods to effectively detect and eliminate rodent infestations.
Our system is easy to install and can be customized to meet the specific needs of your property. It is designed to be discreet and unobtrusive, so it won't disrupt your daily routine.
With the Rodent Control System from xBiDa, you can enjoy a rodent-free environment without the hassle of traditional pest control methods. It is an efficient and effective solution for managing rodent populations and protecting your property from damage.
We believe that our Rodent Control System is the best way to keep your home, business, or industrial facility free of rodents. It is an innovative solution that can help to protect your property and ensure that you can enjoy a safe and comfortable environment.
The basic features of the product are:
Real-time rodent detection: The system analyzes video feeds from on-site cameras to identify the presence of rodents and alert staff to take immediate action to prevent infestations.
Rodent tracking: The system tracks the movements of rodents within the facility to help identify potential entry points and areas where additional pest control measures may be needed.
Alerts and notifications: The system sends notifications to staff when rodents are detected, providing them with the information they need to take timely action.
Easy installation and maintenance: The system is easy to install and maintain, making it a convenient and cost-effective solution for pest control.
Customizable settings: The system allows users to customize various settings, such as the sensitivity of rodent detection, the types of notifications that are sent, and the frequency of monitoring.
Data analysis and reporting: The system provides data and reports on the movements and activities of rodents within the facility, helping users understand the scope of the infestation and identify the most effective pest control measures.