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Hoof disease and Mastitis are infectious diseases often spread in cowsheds through excrement and milk. Smart rings are attached to cattle tails to detect the moment of defecation through temperature difference and to cattle teats to detect the frequency of milk leakage. The system notifies the cleaning truck when the excrement and milk need to be removed to keep the cowshed clean.
The System's smooth background process copes with the lack of manpower in the animal husbandry industry, creates a clean environment for cattle preparation and transportation, and provides information on infectious diseases.