Our award-winning deterrents keep fish safe from predators without harming marine mammals. We combine acoustic and electric systems with thermal camera triggers to provide long term effectiveness and high welfare standards. It’s the best solution for responsible farming.
Our randomly modulating computer generated sound frequencies avoid hearing damage and our low frequency RT1 system (1-2kHz) avoids hearing ranges of non-target cetacean species like porpoises and dolphins.
To further reduce acoustic output we use a thermal trigger to activate deterrents only when the risk of a predator attack is high.
You need a predator deterrent that won’t decrease in effectiveness over time due to predator deafness or habituation.
Our CageGuard system of triggered acoustic and electric deterrents has been deployed on dozens of farm sites for years with no drop-off in impact due to habituation.
US3 – mid frequency (10-20kHz) acoustic deterrent targeting seals and sea lions with randomised computer generated sounds that avoid habituation.
RT1 – low frequency (1-2kHz) acoustic deterrent that’s safe for use in areas with cetaceans like porpoises and dolphins and can cover a large area with a small quantity of systems.
We use a thermal imaging camera to automatically trigger our deterrents when a seal is approaching; meaning the system only activates when needed.
Our software also includes an automatic ramp down period after every activation and synchronises every deterrent at a site to cut down the acoustic Duty Cycle.
An electrified artificial fish that uses a physical startle stimulus to trigger a flight reflex. Combine this with our acoustic devices for added protection at your most challenging sites.
Remotely monitor and adjust the performance of your deterrents, receive automated alerts if a system goes offline, and easily mute systems for divers.
Our acoustic deterrents randomly modulate through a wide range of sound frequencies to avoid hearing damage, and our unique low frequency RT1 system (1-2kHz) avoids the hearing ranges of non-target cetacean species like porpoises, dolphins and whales.
All of our deterrents can be paired with our triggering system which uses thermal imaging to only activate deterrents when the risk of a predator attack is high.