February 12, 2021

Agriculture Puts Radio Chips to Work by Tracking Cattle

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The Western Producer recently reported on Inpixon's long-range radio frequency technology and how it supports the agriculture sector. The piece focuses on Inpixon's nanoLOC chip and its use in dairy cattle monitoring systems.

As Inpixon CEO Nadir Ali explained in the article, “the nanoLOC chip is a tiny radio frequency transceiver built into an intelligent, electronic ear tag. It is able to provide the location of a dairy cow, indoors or outdoors, within approximately one metre.” The article also discusses the ways that Inpixon's location technology helps farmers to become more efficient by having real-time location and health information about their animals at their fingertips.

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