Real-time monitoring now possible from devices anywhere in the world with DeLaval’s wireless Farm Monitoring Camera FMC-IP1
Stockholm (August 28, 2014) - With the launch of its wireless Farm Monitoring Camera FMC-IP1, DeLaval now offers farmers the possibility of true real-time monitoring over their livestock and buildings from smartphones, tablets or computers. By giving farmers the freedom to monitor without being on-site, activities such as calving can be monitored more efficiently, and alarms can be checked visually.
“In an industry where cow comfort and welfare are vital to productivity, the ability to efficiently monitor the herd, from wherever the farmer happens to be, is important in maintaining a well-functioning operation,” says Eva Ramvall, Product Manager Farm Supply at DeLaval.
The Farm Monitoring Camera system has been specifically designed for ease of installation and to withstand the dirt and humidity of barns as well as outdoor weather conditions. It also provides a night vision function and sound, in addition to motion detection and a recording function. This makes it ideal for a wide range of monitoring tasks, from animal and property monitoring to checking grain driers during harvesting.
The camera will be made available during the coming twelve months in all our main markets and below please find the schedule of countries and launch dates we currently have available:
|Denmark & Norway||August|
|United Kingdom||End of September|
At a glance: technical specification
Maximum resolution 1280x720
Maximum frame rate 30fps
Viewing angle 90°
Night Vision Distance 12m
Power requirements DC 12V
Power consumption 3.75W
Operating temperature -20 to +60°C (-4 to + 140 °F)
Wireless technology IEEE802.11b/g/ n
Transmitting Frequency 2.412-2.462GHz
To download images: www.delaval.com.flickr
For more information:
Kristina Hunter Nilsson
Manager External Communications
+46 72 5099992
DeLaval is a worldwide leader in milking equipment and solutions for dairy farmers, which make sustainable food production possible, warranting milk quality and animal health. Our solutions are used by millions of dairy farmers around the globe every day.
DeLaval was founded more than 130 years ago in Sweden, when the visionary Gustaf de Laval patented the cream separator. Today, DeLaval has 4,500 employees and operates in more than 100 markets. DeLaval, alongside Tetra Pak and Sidel, is part of the Tetra Laval Group. See more at www.delaval.com.