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New research collaboration for improved monitoring of insect pests

CAnMove collaborator Mikkel Brydegaard Sørensen and FaunaPhotonics ApS – a university spin-off based on many years of studies and PhD projects at Lund University Laser Center - have entered into a three-year research cooperation with the global enterprise Bayer to develop new sensor solutions for improved monitoring of agricultural insect pests as well as non-target insects including beneficials.
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”Bayer and FaunaPhotonics strongly believe that the joint development of an affordable sensor-based digital solution which allows precise, accurate and efficient insect monitoring including forecasting will be greatly advantageous for growers worldwide. The research and development collaboration is titled Agronomic pest mitigation & non-target effects mitigation strategies using in-field light detection and ranging (LIDAR) based aerial-fauna detection.Read more.

FaunaPhotonics was founded in 2014 by Mikkel Brydegaard Sørensen, Carsten Kirkeby and Frederik Taarnhøj and is located at the Copenhagen Bio Science Park. Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and agriculture. 

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