Celebrating published paper in the Scientific Report

2022-03-28T14:54:10+02:00

On the 16th of February Scientific Reports published a paper detailing our technology and how it has been and can be used in the future. Many of our current and former colleagues have been a part of the many projects, tests, and developments behind this. So, we at Faunaphotonics decided to through the head author Klas Rydhmer and everyone else a small party with a magnificent cake to top it off.

Celebrating published paper in the Scientific Report2022-03-28T14:54:10+02:00

Winner of biodiversity initiative project “Bøndernes Blomstrende Ideer” found!

2022-03-28T14:51:09+02:00

Denmark has really opened their eyes when it comes to the importance of biodiversity and pollinating insects, and this is especially evident when looking at danish farmers! The creativity is flowing among the danish farmers when it comes to creating new biodiversity innovations and ideas.

Winner of biodiversity initiative project “Bøndernes Blomstrende Ideer” found!2022-03-28T14:51:09+02:00

An update from our MISTI program Intern Yujie Wang.

2022-03-28T14:51:52+02:00

How might we empower health analytics for sustainable aquaculture with sensor networks and Artificial Intelligence? Our MISTI program intern Yujie Wang has been working with this exact question through January 2021, contacting and interviewing stakeholders within the aquaculture industry. He has written a small sum up of this project, so far, below:

An update from our MISTI program Intern Yujie Wang.2022-03-28T14:51:52+02:00

FaunaPhotonics part of the MISTI-program

2022-03-28T12:38:55+02:00

FaunaPhotonics is part of the MISTI-program in Denmark – Two interns join the Aquaculture part of the company in January 2021

FaunaPhotonics part of the MISTI-program2022-03-28T12:38:55+02:00

Syngenta and FaunaPhotonics praise biodiversity initiatives and ideas present in Danish agriculture.

2022-03-28T14:28:55+02:00

Biodiversity is on everyone’s agenda these days and for a good reason. For the past couple of years media has been full of stories about insect decline, fewer insects on car windows in the summer and problems getting enough pollinators for agricultural crops. According to the 2019 Global Risks Report, biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse is considered one of the ten greatest risks facing society today.

Syngenta and FaunaPhotonics praise biodiversity initiatives and ideas present in Danish agriculture.2022-03-28T14:28:55+02:00

FaunaPhotonics chosen to be part of John Deere 2020 Startup Collaborator program.

2022-03-29T11:49:03+02:00

On January 23rd 2020 John Deere announced the participants of the second round of their Startup Collaborator program. FaunaPhotonics is one of 4 startup companies to take part in this program during 2020. The other three companies are DataFarm, Fieldin and EarthSense. All, as FaunaPhotonics, working to transform agriculture.

FaunaPhotonics chosen to be part of John Deere 2020 Startup Collaborator program.2022-03-29T11:49:03+02:00

Sensing salmon lice larvae with lasers

2022-03-28T14:08:56+02:00

Through the past 3 years we have been working on a PhD with Josefine Nielsen and DTU Aqua understanding the potentials of our sensor technology in detecting salmon lice larvae (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) in aquaculture. The PhD is reaching the end, so what have we found and where will we take it from here?

Sensing salmon lice larvae with lasers2022-03-28T14:08:56+02:00

Insect biodiversity – Why should farmers care?

2022-03-28T14:05:39+02:00

Biodiversity is on everyone’s agenda these days and for a good reason. According to the 2019 Global Risks Report, biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse is considered one of the ten greatest risks facing society today (5). Since 1970, the world has lost 60% of its global vertebrate population, and more than 40% of insect species are declining rapidly (6). Seilbold et al. reported that the decline in flying insects are thought to be caused by human land use (2). Landscape simplification can lead to the decrease of ecosystem service-providing organisms (4).

Insect biodiversity – Why should farmers care?2022-03-28T14:05:39+02:00

Spring field campaign partner VKST writes about our technology and future perspectives

2022-03-28T13:57:11+02:00

In the spring of 2019, we partnered with VKST and SEGES, both agriculture advising services, for a campaign conducted in oil seed rape in Denmark on the island of Zealand. This collaboration was used to compare trap data with data gathered by the FaunaPhotonics insect sensor. The study was conducted to determine correlation between sensor and catch data.

Spring field campaign partner VKST writes about our technology and future perspectives2022-03-28T13:57:11+02:00
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