How to apply advanced technology to agricultural breeding and production? The Big Data · Smart Technology Empowering Pig Industry Summit Forum, the first of the summit forum of Smart China Expo Online 2020 (SCE OL 2020), was held on August 29 in Rongchang. As a major area of livestock farming, Rongchang came to the spotlight again because of the pig industry digitization.
Last month, a digital supervision platform for pigs named “Rongyiguan (Easy to Management)” made its debut on the state-level Chongqing (Rongchang) Pig Big Data Center, which clearly shows the information on 21 local livestock farming service centers, 17,000 odd pig farmers, as well as epidemic prevention and quarantine, selling and transporting, and slaughterhouses of pigs.
Wang Juan, the data analyst of the center, said the system could analyze information based on big data models for whole-process digital supervision of pig raising, selling and transporting, and slaughtering.
By October 2020, the platform will be upgraded to version 2.0, allowing pork sellers to get the full-chain information said above and know the origins and destinations of pork by scanning QR Code. Lin Qixin, President of the Chongqing Qijin Food Group Co., Ltd., noted as long as they can trace the entire supply chain from raising, slaughtering, processing, to selling, the food security is able to be guaranteed.
Experts considered digitization the future of the pig industry. There is a great improvement space for government departments, farmers, and sellers.
According to Rao Guang, Director of the Digital Government Research Office of China Unicom Research Institute, the Internet of Things can be applied to environment perception and livestock monitoring in farms. It will play a vital role in such scenes.
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