The ZEROPIC mosquito repellent protector contains a battery-powered high-tech module, which emits an electromagnetic signal in a nanosecond rhythm. The transmitted electromagnetic waves and fields simulate the atmospheric discharges of a storm.
Storms present a significant danger for mosquitoes. As soon as a mosquito’s sensilla (hair-like sensory organs) perceive signs of a storm, the insect instinctively changes its behaviour and goes into survival mode. In this state, the mosquito concentrates all its energy on protecting its life and is not able to use its sting mechanism.
This item will be released on 1. December 2018.
ZEROPIC is a intelligent, hightech Mosquito repellent solution inspired by nature. A human protection system that disables Mosquitoes from biting hence protecting beings from vector-borne disease like Malaria and Dengue.
The ZEROPIC mosquito repellent has already been successfully tested worldwide by employees and customers. The test results have an efficiency greater than 90%.
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Mosquito bites are not only unpleasant and itchy but can also carry dangerous and deathly diseases like malaria, yellow and dengue fever. Zeropic is a new preventive high-tech electronic device, which disables the mosquito’s sting mechanism. Harm-free for humans and animals, Zeropic simulates electromagnetic waves and fields, similar to atmospheric discharges. These signals are life threatening for mosquitoes and put them into an instinctive survival mode.
Zeropic is an innovative high-tech technology product. The ZEROPIC mosquito repellent protector is active in a radius of about 2 meters and acts in a natural, healthy and environmentally friendly manner.
Launche date: 01th December 2018
Street price: 48$
Designed and engineered by: PHAT GROUP under the Brand “ZEROPIC”
Preventive technologies: is the Analysis of the feasibility and economic potential of technologies which consider prevention of environmental problems
Vectors are living organisms, which can transmit infectious diseases between humans or from animals to humans. Many of these vectors are insects, which ingest disease-producing microorganisms while sucking blood from an infected host (human or animal) and later inject them into a new host during their subsequent blood meal. Mosquitoes are the best-known disease vectors.
A ”human protection system” with the ability to protect from mosquito bites. Mosquitoes are not only unpleasant and uninvited guests – in tropical regions, they are also the carrier of so-called vector-borne diseases like malaria or dengue, causing more than 1 million deaths annually. The Zeropic protects you from biting mosquitoes. The Zeropic presents a new way in the application of microelectronics along with a modern design. The device features many excellent physical characteristics; amongst others, it can be adapted and attached to the wrist or neck. It is waterproof and resistant to impact and vibrations, thus making the Zeropic a constant and reliable protective companion under all climatic conditions no matter where you are.
Atmospheric discharges such as tempests generate electromagnetic fields that can be detected in advance and over a long distance. Tempests and storms are life threatening for mosquitoes. Their survival instinct takes over, making hunting for blood secondary. We will develop a high-tech Zeropic modular unit, which simulates electromagnetic impulses of an atmospheric discharge and transmits them to the immediate surroundings. The allure receptor in the mosquito’s sensilla recognises this electromagnetic field, which is harmless for humans and creates a safe zone of approximately 2 or even up to 50 meters around the device. The magnetic field acts as an immediate threat for approaching mosquitoes, thus initiating their natural escape reflex and preventing them from biting. This is how the Zeropic modular unit – implanted in the Zeropic bracelet – protects people from mosquito bites. Zeropic’s method differs from already existing devices and apps, which use ultrasound as mosquito repellent. But ultrasound has been proven useless to prevent mosquito bites, since only the male mosquito, which does not bite, is able to perceive it. The female, biting mosquito does not have auditory senses.