Researchers in Canada are using RFID technology to track contact with horses to prevent the spread of equine and human disease.

 

 

Horses and staff members have each been outfitted with an RFID tags that collect data as they make contact with other tags. The risk for infection is then evaluated based on confined areas, interaction order, and length of contact.

 

If this model proves successful, the intent is to migrate the solution to hospitals and medical facilities, where health care professionals can track potentially contagious patients to better understand the transmission of illness.

 

Whether you’re tracking horses, humans, or any valuable assets, EnaSys by EDP offers a complete and automated asset-tracking solution that incorporates proper methodologies in a reliable, integrated manner to capture all high-value assets and their respective details.

 

Our asset-tracking system provides complete tracking, a strong ROI and permanent cost savings – all with the process taking 10% of the time of traditional methods.  This enables you to track more often, reducing shrinkage and identifying issues quickly.   Other capabilities such as checking in and out, life-cycle record keeping, and chain of custody are available as well.  With an experienced technical team, EnaSys will ensure a proper installation and provide support going forward.

 

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