Biosecurity compliance and regulation practices are significantly important for disease prevention, economic stability, food safety and environmental protection.
By implementing and maintaining robust biosecurity practices, the risks associated with disease outbreaks can be minimized, protecting animal health, human health, and the overall sustainability of the agriculture industry.
Current industry practices still involve some manual work during key processes, contributing to inaccuracies and time delays with data transfer.
XIoT tags can play a significant role in resolving these issues, as the tag collects multiple data sets and broadcasts continuously.
Through automation and real time data transfer, the Xiot tag can provide accurate and timely information, to enable proactive management of biosecurity risks, to ultimately support a robust and compliant biosecurity framework for the agricultural industry.