Application of RFID Technology in Animal Field


The application of RFID technology in the field of animals can include wildlife management, fish management, poultry management, zoo management, pet management, etc. The following are the specific applications.
1. Wildlife application
2. By implanting RFID electronic chips in the bodies of wild animals protected by the state, and installing RFID readers within the scope of activities, to collect animal activity information, so as to achieve the purpose of tracking and monitoring, and better protect wild animals.
2. Fishing applications
By installing a chip reader in the place where the migration of fish is monitored, and implanting an electronic chip in the released fish, when the fish is migrating, the migration of the fish can be detected smoothly and the cause can be analyzed.
3. Poultry application
Poultry management is the place where RFID technology is most widely used, including cattle, chicken, pig, sheep, etc., by wearing electronic foot rings or RFID ear tags for poultry to record health records, and trace the feeding information, and problems arise. The source information can be effectively inquired. With the continuous expansion of the application market and the reduction of the cost of RFID technology, it is expected that in the future, the products we buy will be able to view the source information, so that the food we eat will be safer and more secure.
4. Zoo application
By implanting an electronic chip in the animal body, and writing the necessary information such as source, breed, age, breed generation, pens, etc., and uploading it to the zoo ERP system, when you want to query an animal, you can simply enter the electronic number through the management system. See clearly.
5. Pet application

As the size of RFID chips continues to decrease, more and more pet stores replace the easy-to-fall pet ID tags with electronic chips to perform identity authentication management for pets, and the service life of electronic chips is as long as 10 years, which can accompany pets. , and has no effect on pet activity.