Trolley Scan(Pty) Ltd
CowtrackTMMonitoring of cattle and sheep at remote sites
The system is used to monitor the farmer's livestock in situations where the animals are grazing in remote fields or farms which are far from the
farmhouse and are left unattended for days at a time. |
How it works
Each of the animals is fitted with a low power passive transponder incorporated in their eartag. A solar powered reader and communication system is placed next to the watering point/feeding point in the field. Everytime a tagged animal comes within 10 meters of the reader, the identity is logged by the reader and sent to the remote server on the internet. This data is sent to the server in the internet cloud via a communications module in the reader. The server in the internet cloud stores all the data and generates reports.
The equipment in the field is self powered and connected with its own self contained communication system. It uses solar panels and batteries to provide the necessary power.
In the farmhouse the farmer/owner can at anytime log into the internet server and get reports about the herd of animals.
The farmer also can edit his database to link the UHF transponder to a description of the particular animal so that the animal description is reported.
The equipment in the farmhouse can be any internet connected device with a browser - even a smartphone for the farmer on the move.
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