Florida Keys (USA) April 2016. “We needed a trap that could be remotely operated, was self-powered, and could transmit catch data back to our office computers. This meant it would have to be able to differentiate between mosquitoes and other insects.”
Cathrine Pruszynski of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD) reviews the development and the first experiences with their tests of BG-Counters on the Florida Keys in her article “The BG-Counter – A new Surveillance Trap that Remotely Measures Mosquito Density in Real-Time”.
Reference: Pruszynski C (2016) The BG-Counter: A New Surveillance Trap that Remotely Measures Mosquito Density in Real Time. Wing Beats 27:1, 13-18.