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The first MTS dairy farm digital management system launched in the Far East

The first MTS dairy farm digital management system launched in the Far East
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The first digital farm management system based on IoT sensors from MTS was launched in the Far East. Sensors are installed directly in the stomachs of cows.


The first Far Eastern client of the company was the Blagodatnoye agricultural complex in the village of Knyaze-Volkonskoye, Khabarovsk Territory. The sensors will install 40 cows, which will soon be on the farm. These special sensors - boluses - monitor the health of animals, predict calving and heat. Also, sensors can issue and monitor tasks to farm employees.

In addition, the sensor transmits information about the motor activity of the animal, body temperature, the amount of fluid drunk. Having tuned in to the typical behavior of the animal, the bolus may later indicate deviations from normal behavior. Moreover - not only to fix the shifts, but also to suggest the causes of the changes.

According to experts, this will reduce the number of medications used by 15%, to predict calving in 15 hours. All data is stored in the cloud for the possibility of remote monitoring of the farm, checking the effectiveness of employees.

MTS experts help the farm analyze data, identify problems, and talk about how to solve them. If necessary, they can adjust the processes. Using sensors, farm efficiency is increased by 15-20%.

 

 

 


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