07 Oct 2009 12:10:42
The UK's first solar-powered bird scarer
While Worzel Gummidge didn't give off any carbon emissions in the course of his job, a more effective bird scarer requires rather more technology. But now that doesn't need to mean more energy consumption: the engineers at SolarUK have designed solar panels for an advanced bird dispersal system.
This system, which plays distress calls when infrared sensors detect unwelcome avian visitors, can be used in crop fields and urban parks. It's weatherproof and doesn't need an external power supply.
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