Tracking and Monitoring Livestock with Computer Vision
Artificial intelligence is making it easier for farmers and ranchers to keep an eye on their livestock. At the recent Canada's Outdoor Farm Show at Woodstock, Ont., OneCup AI showcased how its AI technology uses computer vision technology to identify and monitor livestock.
BETSY gives Ranchers an Extra Eye on their Herds
Alberta rancher Ashley Perepelkin is getting peace of mind that her cattle are safe and healthy, thanks to an app that uses artificial intelligence to keep an eye on her herd. BETSY, short for Bovine Expert Tracking And Surveillance, uses facial recognition cameras that watch her animals.
Livestock Monitoring Start-up targets Ontario Market
OneCup AI moves from facial recognition to full-body ID. CEO Mokah Shmigelsky used news of the poultry innovation to draw attention to the OneCup. The collection of farm data is becoming more common, but it must be translated into something meaningful for farm operators.
Keeping an Eye on Livestock? There's an App for that!
It seems like there are apps for everything these days. Well, a new app aims to make it easier for livestock owners to keep an eye on their animals. It's called BETSY. Mokah Shmigelsky is the CEO of OneCup AI, the company behind the program.