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200,000 cows in India fitted with sensors for real-time data

by Futures Centre, Jan 25
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At Chitale Dairy in Bhilawadi, Maharashtra, hundreds of thousands of cows relay information to dairy officials relating to their health, diet and fertility, via RFID (radio frequency identity device) sensors.

The data is used to recommend dietary changes, and as a reminder for vaccinations or to prompt a medical response.


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