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Why SPAIA?

The world’s insect populations are quietly disappearing.

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The New York Times
National Geographic
Reuters
Insect Monitors

BUT WE CAN HELP THEM

We believe that the key to understanding insect populations is to monitor their behaviour in real time, in more places across the globe.

That's why we're creating smart monitors that connect to an online platform, providing a reliable research tool for scientists, businesses and amateur enthusiasts alike.

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SO WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

Insects form the biological foundation of our terrestrial ecosystems.
They provide multiple critical ecosystem services. Without them life as we know it would collapse.

Plant pollination

87% of plant species require animal pollination, most of which is done by insects.

 

Silent Earth

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Food source

Soil health

96% of North American terrestrial birds rear their young on insects.

 

American Bird Conservancy

Insects contribute to organic matter decomposition, nutrient cycling and aeration.

 

Insects

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Seed dispersion

Many insects habitually transport small seeds and fruits, often unconsciously.

 

Acta Botanica Gallica

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Population control

Beneficial insects serve as natural predators to harmful pest species.

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Waste recycling

Insect decomposers
break down dead materials and waste.

 

Florida museum

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Products & research

We also depend on insects for silk, dyes, honey and medical and genetic research.

Home

Help us make it happen by adding your email to our waiting list. Every email address is a vote in favour of this important project.

Business

When it comes to ESG reporting, insect populations are a core measure of ecosystem health and are easy to support.

Research

Join us as a research partner or contact us for a custom solution.

Join Us

HELPING IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK!

PROTOTYPES, BUGVENTURES & MORE

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