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Testing of activity measurement of an animal health monitoring system

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Testing the ability of an animal health monitoring system to detect activity levels of cows and distinguish between feed intake, water intake, ruminating and resting time

Version: 1.9

  • livestock farming
  • test design
  • test setup
  • test execution
  • collection of test data
  • performance evaluation
  • physical system
  • software or AI model
  • Location: in Austria
  • Offered by: RGRD



Image of Service Evaluating a health monitoring system for cattle using visual observation involves comparing the data from the system with direct observations of the cattle. This can include noting behaviors like eating, drinking, resting, or movement patterns and correlating these with the data provided by the system, such as activity levels or physiological signs. Observations are carried out systematicly and cover various times and conditions. This process helps verify the accuracy of the monitoring system and assesses its effectiveness in detecting health and behavioral changes in cattle.