The company has signed an agreement with Cattle-Watch, experts in management of cattle and livestock, to integrate their platform Smart m2m to their systems and provide location information and status of the flocks, quality pasture, etc.
Telephone Business Solutions, provider of B2B communication solutions, and Cattle-Watch, specialist in management of cattle and livestock, have signed an exclusive agreement to provide connectivity IoT solutions (Internet or Things - Internet of things) to the livestock industry in Latin America and North America.
Under the terms of the agreement, Cattle-Watch will incorporate its products and systems solution Smart m2m, the web platform developed by Telefónica for the management and control of IoT communications.
Among other benefits, this platform will provide regular information on the location and status of livestock, their State of nutrition as well as relevant data concerning diseases and reproductive efficiency. The solution also allows you to know the quality of pastures, the reception on the smartphone's early warnings of theft and the use of drones with built-in camera to facilitate, among other things, the livestock count.
In addition, Smart m2m offers customers not only a better connectivity, but the integral management of reliable and secure connectivity IoT. This solution incorporates features that allow a consumption in real time, monitoring, global monitoring and fraud detection, as well as flexible communication plans.
For Angel neighborhood, CEO of Telefonica USA (part of Telefónica Business Solutions), "this Alliance converge both Cattle-Watch experience in the livestock industry and leading solutions for connectivity of Telefónica, in line with our strategy of" offer specialised customer solutions."
In this line, Ehud Sasi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cattle-Watch, ensures that "the purpose of the system is the more food to the world, and the collaboration with Telefónica will allow Cattle-Watch promote the deployment of the system for the benefit of the" farmers from all over the world".
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