Finnish Tech Company Launches Automated Bedbug Alert System

No hotel is above the risk of bed bugs. Now, hoteliers are looking for a technological solution to the bug-based nightmare. Finland’s Valpas is offering an automated bed bug detection system that will notify hotel staff of a potential infestation before it spreads. By attaching to the legs of hotel beds, the tech will remove the need for staff to manually inspect between guests. The team at Valpas also points out the reassurance that devoted anti-bedbug tech offers to potential customers. Enabled rooms could see a significant boost in value.

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