By Andy Choi
At a speech presented on February 23, 2012, at the NY State Wildlife Management Association’s annual seminar in Owego, NY, New Frequency’s President and CEO, Todd Moran unveiled the company’s Trap-Alert system.
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With significant features and dynamic potentials, New Frequency’s remote trap monitoring technology is a revolutionary contribution for wildlife control operators.
According to the President of Wildlife Control Supplies, Alan Huot, following the presentation delivered by Todd Moran, the attendees showed great enthusiasm for the remote trap monitoring technology. The increasing number of orders made by several companies soon after the presentation represents the extensive interest and rapid acceptance for New Frequency’s Trap-Alert system.
The executives at New Frequency will deliver presentations signifying the company’s remote trap monitoring system at other industry shows including the 14th Annual New England Nuisance Wildlife Control Seminar, on March 17th at East Hartford, Connecticut. Todd Moran will be the chief executive for this event; and the Regional Wildlife Damage Management Training Seminar at Carrolton, KY General Butler State Resort Park, will be conducted by Darrell Hollis, CTO, between March 22 and 24.
New Frequency’s Trap-Alert system is an integration of software, hardware, wireless technologies and GPS. Through a web-based application, this system allows the Wildlife Control experts to scrutinize the location and status of animal traps. The Trap-Alert system, which contains the Trap-Alert web application, phone and tablet applications, enhances the operation and control of a large number of traps. This remote system offers quick return-on-investment, eliminating the need for regular inspections and investigations by Wildlife Control Professionals. It also conserves labor, time and fuel costs.