Design and Implementation of a Cattle Grazing Tracking and Anti-theft Alert GPS/GSM Collar, Leveraging on Improvement in Telecom and ICT Infrastructure

@inproceedings{Anyasi2018DesignAI,
  title={Design and Implementation of a Cattle Grazing Tracking and Anti-theft Alert GPS/GSM Collar, Leveraging on Improvement in Telecom and ICT Infrastructure},
  author={Francis Ifeanyi Anyasi and Stanley Uzairue and David Mkpuluma and A. I. Idim and Joshua O. Ighalo},
  year={2018}
}
The objective of this study is to develop a cattle monitoring system for tracking cattle combating rustling in extensive grazing areas, grazing reserves, grazing routes and ranches. The system is majorly made up of a collar that consists majorly of a GSM & GPS module. This system would not only combat cattle rustling activities but would also servas an anti-theft system. When cattle wearing the collar exits the virtual fences, an SMS containing the coordinates of the collar is sent to the… Expand
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