Rodent Recon’s system includes two main parts. The first is the battery-operated hardware, which is tightly integrated into two software solutions. The hardware consists of a centralized communications hub that communicates with various sensors via our proprietary communications protocol called “Flocksense™.” Our Flocksense technology uses a specially created algorithm that maintains a very reliable communications link while providing an extended battery life profile on all the hardware. The second part of the Rodent Recon system is the software, which consists of both a smartphone application and, for larger customers, a web portal that allows an enterprise-level set of controls.
Skyhawk CE App and Enterprise Web Portal – The Skyhawk CE smartphone application allows for easy management of small-to-medium-size deployments of hardware via an intuitive graphical user interface. Larger customers needing to manage hundreds to thousands of units may opt to use the web-based enterprise solution.
Real-Time Notifications - Remote Hardware Management - Enterprise Level System Management
Hub (Gateway) – The hub includes our propitiatory Flocksense technology that communicates at the localized level with any Rodent Recon sensor, while the built-in cellular module sends all sensor data to the main servers that in turn send alerts to the smartphone app and enterprise web portal
AA Lithium Battery - Flocksense RF Technology- Cellular Connected - Smartphone App Controlled
Trapmate Sensor – The Trapmate includes both an accelerometer and reed switch (magnet) sensors in a compact package, which includes mounting ears. These sensor target applications are for use on both small snap traps as well as larger cage-style traps.
AA Battery for Extended Life - Accelerometer Sensor - Magnet Sensor - Flocksense Technology - Mounting Ears
Trapmate Mini Sensor – This Trapmate Mini includes both an accelerometer and reed switch (magnet) sensors in a more compact package than the standard Trapmate. These sensor target applications are for use on small snap traps or in very tightly spaced monitoring areas.