New Dairy in Chile - using multiple robots and housing sensors

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Iain Dalton
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New Dairy in Chile - using multiple robots and housing sensors
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In Global Dairy digital

In Global Dairy digital magazine - interesting brief article on new very large unit in Chile using multiple robots (over 60 milking stations) showing increase in yield - wonder what environmental control in housing is being used?

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Hi, I don't know, but it's

Hi, I don't know, but it's very common with very open building solutions, no walls, and often a curtain which I may presume is going up depending on wind direction and temperature, there may also be some thing controlling the opening in the roof top. Sure, climate matters, if you expect periods below 0 degrees and much lower, AMS/robots have to be protected.

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Hi I am Iain Dalton working

Hi I am Iain Dalton working with Innovation for Agriculture, specialising in Housing and the increased use of sensors delivering accurate data to cow managers. Also looking at smart building and novel materials in dairy housing - I am an experienced farm manager working throughout UK and it would be great to hear about people experiences in this field .

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