Behavior, welfare, and health tracking

TrackLab

TrackLab™ offers 24/7 monitoring of animal behavior in indoor or outdoor environments. This allows you to obtain real-time insights into the activity, welfare, and health of your livestock, zoo animals, or companion animals.

  • Rely on highly accurate tracking data for your research

  • Gain insights into social behavior, place-preference, and many more parameters

  • Easily access, export, and analyze your data, for individual animals and experimental groups

 
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Research areas

TrackLab is used for livestock research in various segments such as academic, veterinary, livestock breeding, and more. It is a tag-based system, which means that animals wear tags (collar-based, ear-tags, backpack, etc.) to collect data on their location and movement.

 


Customer quote

"The installation of TrackLab was a success and the whole team present for the installation were pleased with the accuracy and the possibilities of the system."

Aberystwyth University|Via Behavioral Research Blog

 


Indoor and outdoor solutions

The types of tags used in a TrackLab solution depend on the environment. For indoor environments, Ultra-Wideband (UWB) tags are used. For outdoor environment the system is typically based on GPS tags.

 


Animal tracking system

The TrackLab animal tracking system allows you to control recording sessions manually or with a calendar-based scheduling tool. After data collection, you can replay data and use maps, profiles, and heatmaps to visualize your results.


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How does TrackLab work?

TrackLab will aid you in the complete process of your work on understanding the indoor spatial behavior in farm animals. TrackLab is useful for researchers in academic institutes, research organizations and R&D of large companies in animal husbandry.

 
 


Want to learn more?

Find resources about TrackLab, read about new and upcoming functionalities, or learn about how TrackLab can benefit your research!

 


Relevant blogs

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Why social pigs do better

If you want to get on in life, is it better to make friends, or should you trample down the competition? Maybe we can learn something from animals…
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Mixing sows: the aggression and stress of group housing on first-time sow mother

In this experiment, Ison and colleagues looked at the social interaction when a mixed group of primiparous and older, unfamiliar sows were placed in group housing together.
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How does heat stress affect the health and welfare of dairy cows?

When environmental temperatures rise, livestock animals, such as dairy cows, are vulnerable to heat stress. Researchers Polsky and von Keyserlingk reviewed how heat stress affects animal productivity, health, and welfare.
 
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