Its now the next generation for cow monitoring

SenseTime is a modular cow monitoring solution that delivers data-driven, actionable information on the reproductive, health, nutritional and wellbeing status of individual cows and groups. It has just been released by the Allflex group.

Highly flexible, it is the first cow monitoring system that allows farmers to use either ear tags or neck tags. The cSense Flex (neck) tags are based on the SCR neck tags already in use on thousands of farms worldwide, and the eSense Flex (ear) tags are the newest and most advanced ear tags on the market.

Exceptionally lightweight and durable, the ear tags are fast and simple to install, and are designed specifically for a high retention rate. Allflex claims they deliver a high return on investment, with cost-effective ongoing use.

SenseTime also offers farmers business flexibility, with a choice of application plan levels (Starter, Advanced, or Premium), a choice of payment options (upfront or monthly subscription), and compatibility with multiple user devices (PC, mobile phone, tablet, or dedicated SenseTime Panel) for accessing the full range of functionality, features and reports. All options can be expanded or changed to fit evolving needs.

“Decades of leadership in animal identification and heat and health monitoring in dairy cows gives Allflex deep insight into how to help farmers gain ongoing productivity improvements and business growth,” commented Dr. Stefan Weiskopf, CEO, Allflex Group. “With the next-generation SenseTime solution we’re building on the experience gained from serving thousands of farmers worldwide, to give them a powerful, flexible solution that meets their needs today, and long into the future.”

The SenseTime solution will be distributed in selected countries starting immediately, with worldwide availability to follow.

Watch AllFlex’s SenseTime solution here: https://youtu.be/U7QT288rXog

 

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