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This article presents a wireless sensor for pest detection, specifically the Lobesia botrana moth or vineyard moth. The wireless sensor consists of an acoustic-based detection of the sound generated by a flying Lobesia botrana moth. Once a Lobesia botrana moth is detected, the information about the time, geographical location of the sensor and the number of detection events is sent to a server that gathers the detection statistics in real-time. To detect the Lobesia botrana, its acoustic signaldoi:10.3390/app112411889 fatcat:y2genlp5gbdcbd76c4p3ebed5e