Estimates are killed each year more than 240,000 birds due to collisions on glass panes in Europe, worldwide even millions of birds.
Birds see the tree or sky reflected in a window or the environment behind the glazing, but not the glass itself. We have come up with a simple way to prevent these collisions by producing a windows films that are visible to birds.
Working on the principle that birds possess the ability to see light in the ultraviolet spectrum, the company’s semaSORB bird-protection films borrows a trick from UV-reflecting crystals.
Recognizing this, the company developed the films with a crystaline UV reflective characteristic that makes it visible to birds while maintaining transparency to the human eye.