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Combatting mosquito-borne diseases proactively

Revolutionizing New York City's Mosquito Control Program with a unique IoT solution that provides real-time insights into mosquito presence, enabling targeted control measures.
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the challenge
Previously, DOHMH identified and counted mosquitoes from mosquito traps at the end of each day in a slow, manual process - a labor-intensive activity that exposed surveillance staff to mosquito-borne diseases and put the lives of New Yorkers at risk.
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the solution
Nagarro developed a proof-of-concept for a smart mosquito trap to collect WN surveillance data. The smart trap periodically sends audio & video samples tagged with time, geo-coordinates, temperature, humidity, and light to a cloud platform at regular intervals, where a classification algorithm helps with mosquito count and type identification. This data is collected through the smart mosquito trap, which features a low-decibel audio sensor and an image-sensing IOT device.
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the outcome
Powered by a web-based analytics dashboard, the wireless smart mosquito trap provides the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) actionable insights. This information can be used to trigger pesticide spraying and similar mosquito control techniques, to proactively protect New Yorkers from mosquito-borne diseases.