Keep an eye on the farms at all times

As a veterinarian, a consulting technician or a consultant in poultry production, you know the importance of regular monitoring of farms.

Of course, the poultry farmer is the person who is closest to its animals, but you too must keep an eye on them to detect situations that the advantage of your external gaze gives you.

But how do you achieve this when the farms in which you operate are geographically distant or when the frequency of your consulting appointments does not allow you to ensure optimal follow-up?

The solution is Artificial Intelligence!

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The strengths of our solution

  • Our technology is reliable, robust and adapted to the constraints of agricultural buildings
  • It respects animal welfare because it is non-intrusive
  • It reassures the breeder - technician - veterinarian trio
  • It saves precious time in data analysis
  • It allows you to react at the right time
  • It respects the rhythm of animals
  • It relieves and secures surveillance especially at night

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Use cases in poultry farms

Growing consumer demand and the restructuring of the sector require the poultry industry to remain competitive and innovative.

To achieve this, performance, profitability and quality must be mastered. The welfare of chickens, ducks, geese ...; compliance with sanitary protocols and health are among the strategic axes not to be neglected.

 

To find out more about the different use cases applicable in poultry production, see the product sheet.

You have a problem in poultry farming and you think that artificial intelligence can solve the problem? Contact us and we will examine precisely the feasibility of your project.

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