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Sensors and systems for animal monitoring and welfare assessment

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The contemporary development of the technologies to support Precision Agriculture and Human Telemedicine has resulted in the availability of novel platforms for animal monitoring. In modern animal production systems a requirement for automated animal monitoring in relation to health and welfare as well as growth and performance will facilitate more precise and efficient management of larger herds, flocks and facilities with fewer personnel. The presentation will address the development and application of sensors and systems for the remote monitoring of environmental variables, animal behaviour, biomechanical variables and physiological variables in relation to animal welfare (and health) and how these may be integrated in to control and management systems.

This talk is part of the Departmental Seminar Programme, Department of Veterinary Medicine series.

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