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Livestock monitoring with artificial intelligence (AI) involves using computer vision and machine learning algorithms to monitor the health, behavior, and productivity of livestock. Here are some ways AI can be used for livestock monitoring:

  1. Health monitoring: AI can be used to analyze data from sensors and cameras to identify signs of illness, injury, or stress in livestock. For example, AI can be used to detect changes in body temperature, heart rate, or respiration that indicate an animal is unwell.

  2. Behavior monitoring: AI can analyze video footage from cameras to identify abnormal behavior in livestock. For example, AI can be used to detect if an animal is walking with a limp or if a cow is not eating as much as usual, which may indicate a health problem.

  3. Feed monitoring: AI can be used to monitor feed consumption in livestock. This can help farmers identify animals that are not eating enough or are eating too much, which can be an indicator of illness or other health issues.

  4. Reproduction monitoring: AI can be used to monitor the reproductive health of livestock, such as detecting when a cow is in heat or identifying potential breeding problems.

  5. Predictive analytics: AI can be used to analyze historical data and predict future trends in livestock behavior and health. This can help farmers make more informed decisions about herd management, feed rations, and breeding.

Through artificial intelligence, our cameras observe the daily activities of animals.
This information enables the farmer to make data-driven decisions for livestock monitoring. The aim is to improve the health of the animals and, consequently, the farm’s productivity.

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For example, the monitoring of the single animal allows to optimize the use of antibiotics, hormones and vaccines.

Nowadays, managing large numbers of animals on a farm or dairy production becomes critical and time-consuming when everything is done manually. However, when artificial intelligence comes to our aid, the livestock management system also becomes sipler and more productive.

24-hour animal control with AI involves continuous monitoring of animal behavior, health, and welfare using computer vision, machine learning, and other AI technologies