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Yellow Trap Analysis

The current algorithm can identify and count harmful insects caught in the Yellow trap

Understanding the accuracy of the algorithm

Automatically identify and count the relevant insects that are responsible for the damage

 

What is identified?

Which insects are relevant?

The algorithm can differentiate between the following insects: meligethes aeneus, ceutorhynchus assimilis, ceutorhynchus pallidacrtylus and the rape flea beetle

 

Classification of insects as beneficial or pests

Based on the respective season, the algorithm classifies potential pests and harmless insects

Step 1:

Identifying pests in your Yellow trap

Step 2:

Counting the respective insects