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About Us

Using AI to stop pests

The pest control industry is expected to continue to grow and expand as the demand for pest management services increases. This is due to a variety of factors, including the increasing population and urbanization, the rising concern for public health and safety, and the growing awareness of the impact of pests on the environment and the economy.

In addition to traditional methods of pest control, the industry is also expected to focus on more sustainable and eco-friendly approaches, such as integrated pest management and the use of natural and biological controls.


Technology is also expected to play a KEY role in the industry, with the development of new and improved pest control methods and technologies that can help

  • Minimize the use of chemicals and save on extermination costs

  • Increase profits by reducing waste

  • Reduce shutdowns due to infestations

  • Improve customer satisfaction

  • Reduce costs associated with audits

Pest Control

Our Story

We are passionate about solving big challenges. That is what motivates us as a company and gives us purpose. Pests impact every aspect of our lives, from healthcare to food production.

In 1985, our CEO Oliver Sanchez, was attending grade school in Mexico, set up by APHIS (Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service) in collaboration with the Mexican government. The school was set up to support the families who worked at "The Fly Factory". The plant was used to sterilize Screworm larvae using atomic energy and thereby controlled the spread of Screworm flies. This was a collaboration between the US and Mexican governments. Our CEO remembers taking field trip visits to the facility that smelled of rotten meat and produced millions of larvae.  He was in shock at the amount of human and economic resources need to stop one little fly. 


 The Mexican-American Commission declared Mexico
free of screw-worm in livestock on February 25, 1991. Involving a total investment of 413 million dollars and
protecting 77.5 million head of cattle on 491.75 million
acres of protected land.

If countries need to spend hundreds of millions to control just one pest, we want to find a different way. 

Meet The Team

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