The conference is hosting a special session, “Adapting Conservation to Demographic and Social Changes in the 21st Century,” will focus on the challenges faced in maintain healthy environments for people and wildlife, a concept that TrapSmart addresses daily in its mission to provide computer-based monitoring of all trapping sites 24/7. TrapSmart will be a show exhibitor.
“TrapSmart harnesses the power of global positioning technology (GPS) to improve the efficiency, productivity and profitability of wildlife control efforts,” said Mr. Burgio. “We are looking forward to sharing this break-through methodology with our colleagues in the wildlife and natural resource fields.” Expert panels participating in the conference include the Wildlife Management Institute, the Wildlife Society, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Ducks Unlimited, and Pure Fishing, who are presenting to attendees from the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
“TrapSmart is a fully automated, fail-safe solution to an age old problem,” shares Mr. Watson. “Our clients report that the technology has worked flawlessly in all types of weather, in traps already owned by the users, with the capability of monitoring multiple traps simultaneously.”
Rob Erickson, a wildlife control expert and author of Innovative Skunk Control, chronicled his positive firsthand experience in the January/February 2012 issue of Wildlife Control Technology magazine.
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For more information about the TrapSmart Advantage, visit www.trapsmart.com or call 973-907-0280. TrapSmart delivers real-time text and email alerts the minute a trap door shuts so trappers can minimize damage and ensure humane wildlife treatment.