In the face of a volatile market and mounting pressures to sustainably feed a growing global population, the agricultural industry confronts significant challenges. Ensuring the health and productivity of livestock emerges as a critical factor for business continuity and long-term success amidst evolving health, safety, and environmental concerns.

To tackle these challenges and comply with evolving regulatory standards, farmers are turning to RFID technologies for timely insights into their herds. Inpixon, a company dedicated to harnessing indoor data for positive impact, offers specialized solutions for capturing, interpreting, and visualizing indoor data to make spaces smarter, safer, and more secure across various industries, including agriculture.

Inpixon’s livestock tracking technology empowers farmers to correlate animal location and movement with health status, providing real-time visibility for 24/7 health and behavior monitoring of cattle, sheep, and other livestock. By leveraging capabilities such as mapping, positioning, analytics, sensor fusion, and IoT integration, Inpixon enables farmers to unveil the untold stories within their indoor environments, ultimately enhancing revenue, reducing costs, and ensuring the well-being of their herds.

The full text of the good practice is available to read and download in PDF format from the AgriSkills 4.0 e-Learning platform, section “Good practices”. You just need to search for it by name using the search box.

You will find additional 45 good practices, initiatives and use cases in the AgriSkills Reference Catalogue titled “AgriSkills Guidebook on Digitalization in Agriculture”.

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