Rasa’s intelligent monitoring system will help the activists of this field to monitor all behaviors related to animal health, such as nutrition, water and food quality, biological security, health levels, and identify the work of ranchers by helping to make livestock farming smarter. Facilitates pure breeders and tracking of animals.

After placing the smart tags on the livestock, using this system in regular intervals, the reports will be provided to the farmer through mobile phones or communication networks. These services are used in five categories: identification, animal health monitoring, animal conditions (estrus, fodder consumption, water consumption, birth and pregnancy time), location and movement monitoring. It is expected that these services will reduce livestock breeding costs, increase productivity and increase competitiveness.

 

Increase in profit from direct supply of goods

Increasing the quality of the aquatic environment

Reduction of cattle void

Reduction of livestock theft

Reducing methane emissions

Reducing livestock breeding costs

This system will also increase the health of the meat due to the elimination of sick animals entering the meat cycle and increase the quality of the meat due to the motility measurement and proper feeding of the animals.

The benefits of using smart livestock

Determining the original generators
Prevent theft
Detection of feed and water consumption
Livestock health monitoring and disease notification
Details of the local time of birth and pregnancy
Access to pedigree and livestock file
Livestock movement monitoring (location)

Smart livestock products

Chicken and poultry binding/wings

This device is installed on the leg/wing of the poultry. Its design can be such that it grows as the chicken grows. This device also assigns an electronic ID to the poultry. It has the ability to install a limited number of sensors. Due to the size limitation, any type of sensor cannot be placed on it. Its data exchange range is a maximum of 50 cm. This device can be with or without battery.

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Smart ear plate

The smart ear tag is installed on the dog’s ear and in addition to electronic identification, it is possible to install various sensors on it. Its simple model is only an electronic ID like an injectable microchip. Another advantage of the ear tag compared to an injectable microchip is the possibility of reading the ID with the eyes. Also, its data exchange range can be much longer than injectable microchips.

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Injectable microchip

Injectable RFID microchip, which is also known as Animal RFID, is a tool for identifying and assigning a unique electronic ID to livestock, especially small livestock. Allocating the electric ID is the first step in smart animal husbandry. The microchip is injected into the body and after injection, it cannot be removed except by surgery. Their reading range is less than 10 cm. These microchips do not need a battery.

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Additional tools

Software, Gateway and…

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Gun injection

To inject injectable microchips, an injection tool is needed. The injection gun facilitates microchip injection in a large number of animals in series. The manufactured microchips are placed individually or in clusters inside the animal and are injected into the animal’s body.

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Electronic blues

Bloos is an intelligent tool that is swallowed by animals. This tool can only be used for animals with rumen. In terms of security, it is similar to an injectable microchip and can only be removed by surgery. Blues can be used as an electronic identity.

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