1 September 2005 Remote sensing and monitor system for a large poultry farm based on Internet
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A remote sensing and monitor system for a large poultry layer farm is developed based on distributed data acquisition and internet control. The supervising system applied patent techniques known as arc orbit movable vidicon, wireless video transmission and telecommunications. It features supervising at all orientations, and digital video telecommunicating through internet. All measured and control information is sent to a central computer, which is in charge of storing, displaying, analyzing and serving to internet, where managers can monitor real time production scene anywhere and customers can also see the healthy layers through internet. This paper primarily discusses how to design the remote sensing and monitor system (RSMS), and its usage in a large poultry farm, Deqingyuan Healthy Breeding Ecological Garden, Yanqing County, Beijing, China. The system applied web service technology and the middleware using XML language and Java language. It preponderated in data management, data exchange, expansibility, security, and compatibility. As a part of poultry sustainable development management system, it has been applied in a large farm with 1,200,000 layers. Tests revealed that there was distinct decline in the death ratio of chicken with 2. 2%, as the surroundings of layers had been ameliorated. At the same time, there was definite increase in the laying ratio with 3. 5%.
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Hongwu Bai, Hongwu Bai, Guanghui Teng, Guanghui Teng, Liang Ma, Liang Ma, Zhizhong Li, Zhizhong Li, Zhengdong Yuan, Zhengdong Yuan, Minzan Li, Minzan Li, Xiuslayerg Yang, Xiuslayerg Yang, "Remote sensing and monitor system for a large poultry farm based on Internet", Proc. SPIE 5884, Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability II, 58841F (1 September 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.615900; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.615900

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