Six electronic traps were placed in selected areas in Greece by the the American Farm School. They are used for the monitoring of several insect pests populations, such as the olive fruit fly, the peach twig borer, the Oriental fruit moth, the summer fruit tortrix and the European grapevine moth.

The iMETOS iSCOUT® insect trapping devices, of the company Pessl Instrument, periodically take a photograph of the trap’s sticky surface and automatically upload the photos on the platform FieldClimate, allowing for the observation and monitoring without the physical presence of the user in the field.