B.I.R.D. Tab™ Reporting Software


Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab Reporting Software is a highly effective data logging and analysis system that has been designed to provide all of the same functions of Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab, just without the ability to broadcast distress calls to disperse birds.

Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab Reporting Software is easy to use. The tablet can display a database of bird recognition information, including illustrations to aid bird identification. Although the software is not linked to the Scarecrow distress calls there is the ability to log a dispersal and the method used.

Using a rugged tablet touch-screen pc, a GPS receiver and data collection software, Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab™ Reporting Software creates a complete record of dispersal activity and wildlife observations. The system creates an audit trail featuring date, time, location, operator, species, flock size, attractant, dispersal direction and method of dispersal utilised.

The reporting options within the system are many – ranging from a simple high level threat report for a management initial overview perspective, drilling down to reports by individual species, or areas of the airport – whatever the airport management want to look at in detail is available at a touch of a button.

Due to the growing difficulties airports face with birds and the growing requirement for accurate data to be easily logged by the operators, Scarecrow developed the Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab Software following the success of its predecessor Ultima.

B.I.R.D. Tab Software is the next generation of bird dispersal and data logging – using the newly launched Panasonic Toughpad tablet PC – it has an integrated camera to enable photographic evidence to be included in reports

Efficient data collection in line with ICAO recommendations
Detailed reporting and easy data analysis for managing the risk at airports to mitigate bird strike
Provide validated due diligence in the event of litigation by the airlines and/or their insurers for the cost of repair and inconvenience/loss of use when bird strikes occur