* they will be able to count pigs and piglets in a more cost-effective way than with RFID.
* the AI will be able to estimate the health of individual animals. They will be able to combine temperature readings from infrared sensors with records of how much each pig is moving each day
US Cargill Facial Recognition of Cows
Cainthus’ imaging technology can identify individual cows by their features in several seconds to memorize a cow’s unique identity, recording individual pattern and movements. That information is used as part of an artificial intelligence-driven mathematical algorithm that conveys imagery into feed and water intake analysis, behavioral tracking and health alerts that can be sent directly to the farmer. Data gleaned from those images is used to anticipate issues and adjust feeding regimens. What used to be a manual process that took days or weeks now takes place in near real-time.