In the livestock industry, the number of cattle, sheep and horses is very large. Therefore, it is not easy to manage the health of livestock. For example, common health indicators: body temperature data of cattle and sheep, exercise data, etc. Is there a convenient solution for collecting livestock health data?
SKYLAB has developed Bluetooth Beacon and Bluetooth gateway. Livestock wear sensor Beacon ear tags to collect temperature and movement data. The Bluetooth gateway can collect broadcast data from 200 sensor Beacon ear tags per second. The broadcast data may include body temperature and movement data of cattle and sheep. The Bluetooth gateway uploads the collected broadcast data to the cloud server.
SKYLAB Bluetooth Beacon helps animal husbandry to realize scientific information management. Accurately locate sick or abnormal livestock through Beacon temperature measurement and positioning. Managers can effectively manage the healthy growth of livestock.
Generally, the Bluetooth Beacon ear tags of cattle and sheep have built-in temperature sensors and acceleration sensors. Some Beacons also have built-in ambient temperature and humidity sensors. The temperature sensor can monitor and collect body temperature data of cattle and sheep in real time. Accelerometers can monitor and record animal movement data.
Bluetooth gateways generally integrate Bluetooth, WiFi, and 4G/5G. It can collect livestock health data and upload it to a cloud server.
Bluetooth Beacon ear tags will broadcast data at intervals. The Bluetooth gateway also scans the Beacon ear tags for broadcast data at intervals. It will collect the health data of cattle and sheep and upload it to the cloud server. Users can monitor and analyze the number and vital signs data of livestock in real time through the mobile phone APP.
The temperature and health data of cattle and sheep can be collected uniformly through Bluetooth Beacon. Then the Bluetooth gateway uploads the data to the cloud server. This saves a lot of labor and costs, and greatly improves the informatization of animal husbandry.
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