REDUCE RISKS

Autonomous weighing

With our unique Autonomous Weighing Station the animals weigh themselves several times per day. Our customers save a lot of handling-time, get much more exact information and at the same time a safer working environment with less stress for the animals.

TIME EFFICIENCY

SAVE TIME

Less administration

Handle your Livestock digitally, distribute and group your animals as you see fit with full control in real-time. Reduce manual handling and unnecessary paper work.

PLAN PRODUCTION

Optimal target-weight

The Hencol system will predict the exact date when the optimal target-weight will be reached for each animal in your Livestock. This enables the user to know and plan when to send animals- and take in new ones, long-time in advance. Overview and optimal planning is constantly accessible from wherever you are via smartphone, tablet or pc.

OPTIMIZED SLAUGHTER WEIGHT

TAKE THE RIGHT DECISION

Alerts on deviations

Be notified when an animal deviate from the optimal growth curve. Based on early illness detection, injuries or genetic defects. With real-time data you can take the right decision at the right time when using Hencol system.

EFFICIENT DESCISIONS SUPPORT

LESS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

Optimised finishing

Finishing is optimised with full control over the entire process. This contributes to less fodder consumption and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

REDUCED CLIMATE IMPACT

How it works

RFID Identification tag

Step #1

The calves are equipped with RFID tags. Each animal is then connected to our system.

Weighing process - Big data collection

Step #2

The animals weigh themselves. The data is being processed and analysed in the cloud by our AI-algorithms.

Decision support & analysis

Step #3

Hencols system provides optimal decision support with real-time analysis to the customer.

Benefits beyond farm-level

The benefits with the Hencol system does not just end with less administration-, full control- and improved profitability. The positive effects are spread far beyond the farm. Reduced fodder consumption and better planned transports are just a few benefits that contributes to less environmental impact.