TrapMe is a Danish company, a branch of CB Svendsen a/s, a company that develops and manufactures electronics solutions.
TrapMe develops and distributes IoT solutions for the pest control industry.
By developing innovative and intelligent tools we can help pest control companies to make a difference.
We have the knowledge and skills to accomplish what we believe in, and the will to make things happen.l.
CB Svendsen was founded by Carsten B. Svendsen in 1969 as an electronics development and manufacturing company. Today, the company is owned by Carsten’s sons, Jakob B. Svendsen (Managing Director) and Martin B. Svendsen (Technical Director).
CB Svendsen employs 45 members of staff, most of who work in the main branch at Kirke Værløsevej 22-24 in Værløse. In Tranbjerg they have a software development office, while the sales and marketing of TrapMe are operated from the office in Bramming.
Over the years, CB Svendsen has helped its clients with everything from idea, development, testing and certification to the manufacturing of a finished product. Solutions range from smart equipment for use in the home or the car to complex solutions for industry and defence, both in Denmark and in the rest of the world.
CB Svendsen, founded in 1969 by our father Carsten B. Svendsen, has always been a company with a focus on new technology.
Curiosity and the desire to develop something new have always been our driving force, and succeeding with projects that sometimes seem impossible. The joy of seeing something being created, the actual process from fledgling idea to finished product, has always kept us going.
When my brother and I first met the people who came up with TrapMe in late 2015, it was a great project and a good patent, but the technology was somewhat lacking. What kindled our interest was their huge commitment and their infectious belief that they were creating something that could make a difference.
One of CB Svendsen’s activities is the development and production of IoT (Internet of Things) technology for the remote control of machines or the remote reading of the likes of district heating meters. It was that very knowledge and our know-how they needed in order to complete the development of the rat trap and a web portal for control and monitoring.
We were taken by their positive energy and enthusiasm, so when the opportunity arose to acquire the patent and the project, we were not in any doubt. It was perfect for our company.