Livestock Tracking Is Becoming out of This World

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By Harriet Sumnall | 1Q 2020 | IN-5701


Farmers Are Using Space to Find Their Livestock


FindMy has launched its next-generation tracker powered by Globalstar’s satellites. The new tracker takes form in a smaller and more robust lightweight collar that also benefits from longer battery life. The new collar will be available in Spring 2020 and comes equipped with a new application that makes it easier for end users to configure and remotely check its location. The new collars, like the old, are set to be robust so that they are able to work in whatever weather.

The new tracker, STX3, has a small size and offers ease of integration and the ability to create geo-fences that enable farmers to ensure that their livestock’s locations can be monitored. The newer solutions also enable farmers to prevent the loss of their livestock due to disease, predators, or insufficient water or food. The geo-fencing allows for farmers to ensure that their cattle are only grazing within the designated perimeters they have set themselves.

FindMy offers not only hardware but also software to be able to utilize the data that is collected from having the hardware in…

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