Non-toxic, Qista protects your family and your environment.
Easy to use
Your trap just needs the consumables to be replaced once a month.
Control your trap and view its information on your smartphone.
Protect your family
Mosquitoes, particularly tiger mosquitoes, are carriers of several diseases that are transmissible to humans (chikungunya, zika, dengue, malaria), which are potentially dangerous for the elderly, immunocompromised, babies, young children and pregnant women.
Did you know that mosquito bites can occasionally provoke allergic reactions ? That mosquitoes can also transmit serious illnesses to domestic animals ?
With a radius of up to 60 meters per trap, placed outside in open areas, the Qista Anti-Mosquito trap protects your family and pets without any risk to their health.
The Qista trap is lightweight, mobile and connects to the electrical network of your home. You can install it yourself in your garden or call on one of our partners.
With a radius of up to 60 metres * in an open area, the insect control trap protects your gardens and parks from mosquitoes arriving, therefore greatly reducing their nuisance (up to 10,000m2 of protection per machine). *Tested and approved by the research centre Tour du Valat
Safe for humans, pets and the environment, the anti-mosquito trap works using a patented French technology which is completely organic and natural. With Qista, say “goodbye” to mosquito repellent products which are often discouraged for young children, babies and pregnant women.
What made the difference for me was the overall cost of what was on offer, i.e. all the technology but also the service provided and the after-sales service [...]. I don't have to do anything.
Jean-Charles Laroche, Manager, Oliveraie de Paul, Petite Camargue.
There is a real sense of relief for the inhabitants of this town in the Var who are finally able to make the most of their outside space without being attacked by mosquitoes at the end of the day.
The people of Hyères were able to witness the efficiency of the Qista mosquito traps during the summer of 2019. The local authorities asked Qista to strategically install 157 traps across the town to stem the problem of mosquitoes.
The aim was to the reduce the problems caused by mosquitoes in the region using a green and sustainable strategy as an alternative to chemical processes.
In 2015 and 2016, Sambuc en Camargue also chose Qista, becoming the first pilot village to benefit from the Qista solution.
Capture mosquitoes safely by simulating human presence.
Tiger and Traditional Mosquito Protection: Qista traps attract and trap mosquitoes in a radius of up to 60 meters in open areas, without risk to ecosystems and other animals.
Lure mosquitoes: the Qista trap simulates human presence, breathing, perspiration.
Capture mosquitoes: Qista's patented technology sucks only the mosquito, and holds it in a net.
You take care of your family and pets by making your garden a protected area. With the mosquitoes repelled you can enjoy the outdoors.
Intelligent and practical
As well as providing a set-up assessment, an essential step before purchasing your mosquito trap, the Qista app offers a range of new tools to combat mosquitoes.
Control your mosquito trap from wherever you are with your Qista app: turn your machine on and off remotely depending on the weather conditions (it can be configured to turn itself off) or to prepare for your holiday at your second home before you arrive.
You can also choose the capture programme associated with the type of mosquito present at your home, check the level of consumables remaining, follow the weather forecast and also view the record of mosquitoes captured depending on the time of day and the weather conditions.
The Qista trap has a SIM card connected to the telephone network so there are no WiFi connection problems wherever it is positioned.
Domestic mosquito control solutions
While other solutions may be short-lived, have a low or non-measurable efficacy or are even toxic to humans and the environment, Qista offers an environmentally friendly and sustainable solution for the fight against mosquitoes.
Qista mosquito control trap
Non chemical insecticide
Aerosol, fumigator, spray, larvicide...
UV lamp, electric racket...
Lotion, bracelet, candle, plants...
Mosquito net, clothing...
Long term solution
Range of action (in metres)
Precise targeting of the insect
Impact on people and animals
Impact on ecosystems
The ease of use of the anti-mosquito trap allows you to maintain the unit yourself.
For example, during the daily use of 15 hours per day recommended by Qista all you have to do is follow a few simple steps:
replace the filter every year
replace the lures every 30 days
replace the CO2 every 30 days
put it into hibernation mode at the end of the season
You can find the consumables on Qista’s online store and at our network of distributors and the CO2 bottles at our partner Air Liquide.
Main maintenance accessories
When should I use my trap?
The period for using your mosquito trap depends on a number of factors such as your district, the weather and how the number of mosquitoes changes.
The number of mosquitoes is constantly increasing, particularly the tiger mosquito: the presence of mosquitoes may now be felt in February whereas the mosquito season used to only start in April or May. The same is true at the end of the season.
An example of the evolution of mosquitoes in the south-east of France:
Using mosquito traps in the middle of the season reduces bites. However, Qista recommends setting up the equipment at the start of the year to prevent the arrival of mosquitoes and to capture them as soon as the first eggs hatch.
In the event of rain or strong winds, you can turn the trap off. For owners of the Smart BAM or more recent versions, these will turn themselves off automatically in accordance with the weather.
Le projet Moniprev financé par la Direction Générale du trésor est lancé ! La ville de Kaolack va bénéficier d'une implantation de 104 bornes anti-moustiques écologiques pour lutter contre le paludisme aux côtés du PNLP (Programme National de Lutte contre le Paludisme).