“It’s your Airport, not the birds”

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The thoughts and prayers of all at Scarecrow go out to everybody impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. These are globally unprecedented times in modern history – borders closed, cities and countries on lockdown, and travel, both national and international, severely restricted. The aviation industry has, along with other sectors, been hit hard. Airport and […]

Scarecrow Directors Visit Sweden

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Scarecrow’s Directors, Lee Pannett and David Randell, recently took a visit to Sweden to meet with one of their active Resellers; Scarecrow and Milluck have shared an excellent business relationship for over 15 years. They enjoyed a meeting over a nice lunch to discuss their business relationship, and the recent news that Milluck AB has […]

Project Daytona – Phase Two

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Following on from the launch visit in the summer of 2018 (https://www.scarecrow.eu/other-scarecrow-news-2018/) Scarecrow director, David Randell, together with Alex Moffatt from Aviaire, visited Daytona beach International Airport. The last 12 months or so has largely been about building good quality data, and the wildfire staff at Daytona have fully embraced the use of the Scarecrow […]

2019 in Review

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Scarecrow marked the end of a very successful year with our annual Christmas party at East Sussex National; we had a great night celebrating the end of 2019, and all the hard work undertaken with our colleagues and business partners. 2019 saw some great things for Scarecrow, such as the release of our V2 180/B.I.R.D […]

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 […]