SnapCard spray app

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Collaborators

Christian Nansen

As an Associate Professor in applied entomology, Christian Nansen is affiliated with The University of Western Australia (UWA) in Perth. ​ 

He belongs to the School of Animal Biology and the UWA Institute of Agriculture. More information about his teaching, student supervision and research is available on his personal website.

His position is 100% funded by the Grains Research & Development Corporation.

Rob Emery

Mr Emery has over 35 years of service with the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA) during which time he has acquired extensive knowledge and experience over the broad spectrum of economic entomology. 

Mr Emery has led the Department of Agriculture stored grain insect research group who are world leaders in the management and eradication of resistant grain insects. Nowhere else in the world relies so heavily on fumigation for grain insect control through out the central handling system and on-farm and Mr Emery's research into resistance test methods, management of the national resistance monitoring and extension strategies have minimised and eradicated the development of strong resistance to phosphine. 

These strategies have contributed to Western Australia being the only state capable of exporting its entire harvest without the use of contact insecticides.

Nicolas Garel

Nicolas Garel has more than 5 years experience as a software engineer specialising in the mobile industry. He is passionate about programming and new technology. 

He produced several internal apps mostly for the agriculture industry and has managed his own business ngperceptive since 2012. 

His role in SnapCard was to research and develop a cross platform application synchronisable to a backend database.

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Rob Emery