Scarecrow Products feature in “The Times”

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The recent patented enhancements to some of the Scarecrow product range (B.I.R.D system, ATEX B.I.R.D system, 180 & 360 system) has caught the eye of “The Times”, which ran a piece on how the use of technology was tackling the age old problems that birds can cause. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/scarecrows-face-the-grim-reaper-of-technology-ktq2r2g9c The combination of features, including the distress […]

Scarecrow visit Hinkley Point B

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At the request of EDF, Scarecrow this week visited Hinkley point B   ( https://www.edfenergy.com/energy/power-stations/hinkley-point-b) with a view to tackle the problems being experienced mainly from Herring Gulls. The site has experienced a Gull problem for over 30 years, mainly as it is coastal, and has very large buildings representing a “modern day” cliff face (with the […]

V2 PCB now launched in Scarecrow 180™ and B.I.R.D System™ Ranges

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Scarecrow is pleased to announce 2 new features for the Scarecrow 180™ and Scarecrow B.I.R.D System™ products.   INDEPENDENT VOLUME SETTINGS PER SPEAKER CHANNEL. This new function is of benefit where system design and speaker placement may need to take into consideration surrounding areas such as residential properties. This feature will save money on some […]

Scarecrow deliver training at Abu Dhabi International Airport

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Abu Dhabi International Airport is an airport in the midst of large expansion plans with construction of the new Midfield terminal building nearing completion; this new terminal is quite an architectural feat as well as including one of the worlds largest indoor arches spanning 180m across it has been designed to handle 30 million passengers […]

Scarecrow Products Granted Patent Protection

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Scarecrow is delighted to confirm that the Scarecrow 180 and Scarecrow 360 system, along with the Scarecrow B.I.R.D system, have now been granted patent protection to the new features recently introduced. Designed to further reduce the risk of potential habituation, the “variable volume” combined with the “sweeping sound” to create the impression of predator movement […]

Inter Airport South East Asia

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“In recognition of its long standing working relationship with one of the largest dedicated Bird & Wildlife Management Specialists in South East Asia, Scarecrow has been delighted to support Mastermark Pte Limited of Singapore, www.mastermark.com.sg, at this Exhibition (https://interairport-southeastasia.com/english/ ).  Mastermark are promoting, along with their own consultancy service, use of the Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab […]

Other Scarecrow News 2018

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Scarecrow Group’s project in USA gets underway. Scarecrow Group, in conjunction with both Sanford, Orlando International Airport and Daytona Beach International Airport s have now formally commenced their project of looking to assist these airports in their quest to improve their bird strike risk (https://www.scarecrow.eu/training-2018/). Following discussions between Scarecrow Director David Randell, and Sanford’s Executive Vice […]

Training 2018

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Scarecrow Deliver Training at Sanford, Orlando International Airport. Scarecrow Group’s project for the USA (https://www.scarecrow.eu/other-scarecrow-news-2018/), was born from a meeting between Scarecrow Director David Randell, and Sanford’s Executive Vice President, George Speake. The result is that Sanford took delivery of their Scarecrow BIRD Tab Reporting Software system, and training was delivered on site in August 2018. Brad […]

Key Business Events 2018

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Scarecrow feature in International Airport Review Scarecrow were delighted to be given the opportunity to submit a piece to International Airport Review regarding the mitigation of Wildlife Hazards at airports, and the use of bio-acoustics as part of that process. Please see the attached link for access to the full article International Airport Review Article […]