Trapping and Farming automation

trapping in the new automation century
Farming practices have changed a lot over the last 100 years .

And the next 100 years are set to change and the direction is heading into automation. 
There is automation in milking cows, automation in tractors and soon to be automation in parts of the abattoir process. Although in some places such as stables, automation will be the a very long way off. 
How this will affect rodent control will be in line with working in a similar fashion?
The idea that traps would need to be checked every 24 hours would seem quite backward in light of everything else becoming light touch.
This is how automatic traps including the GoodNature traps will be part of the solution of automation on the farm in the rodent control.