Since our humble beginning over 95 years ago, research, science and innovation have been at the forefront of Rentokil. We’re always advancing our technological solutions. Our Global Research and Development Centre is at the heart of our cutting-edge innovations such as thermal imaging surveys, intelligent bait stations, electronic and remote monitoring and AI-driven sensing technology that use the latest technology to produce the most effective solutions. This allows for quicker and more effective identification of deep-rooted pest infestations otherwise invisible to the naked eye, 24/7 remote monitoring of premises for pest activity and myriad other benefits.
Utilising the Internet of Things, Rentokil has developed the latest in pest control technology to support hotels monitor potential pest infestations.
A recent study examined the risk of house flies and blow flies and discovered that they spread more diseases carrying pathogens than we previously thought.
It doesn’t take a pest control professional to know that insects are attracted to light. Just think of all those times you’ve seen moths and other insects frantically flying into or around light fixtures when it’s dark out.
Rentokil has developed a new, unique tool to help assess the extent of rodent infestations. The Fluorescent Tracking Gel is a specially formulated non-toxic fluorescent gel that highlights rodent tracks
A new innovative pest management solution from Rentokil builds on an old idea but addresses an important gap in protecting businesses from rodents.
A fly infestation can spell disaster – they’re one of the most likely insects to cause damage and disruption to a business. There are, astonishingly, 120,000 species...
Flies and other flying insects are a threat to businesses that need contamination-free environments, such as those handling food or pharmaceuticals.
Many pest species are becoming more of a threat because of climate change, extending their range and bringing diseases to new areas.
Technological advances are improving every aspect of business, with digital and cloud-based systems bringing vast efficiencies and cost savings.
Whilst counting sheep might not be very useful in helping you fall asleep, it appears that counting flies fulfills a very important purpose.
Gain insight into how food businesses can take advantage of smart data solutions to improve transparency, avoid contamination and prevent food wastage.
Discover how the Internet of Things is changing the face of the food supply chain and how your business could leverage the benefits to improve food safety.
Discover how the latest in IoT technology is providing superior digital pest control solutions to help improve food safety.
Discover how the use of data and actionable insight is helping to provide superior pest control solutions to support the supply chain improve food safety.
A recent study by the University of Sydney has discovered that bed bugs showing resistance to commonly used insecticides have thicker skins.
From climate change to improving sustainability, there are a wealth of factors influencing the future of pest control for the better.
SPIs (stored product insects) are the most costly pests to food businesses. Discover how you can use data and insights to mitigate the risk of these pests.
With Lumnia commercial fly control, your organisation can create its own sustainability success story and take advantage of energy savings and waste reduction benefits - and many more.