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CattleHub - digitale Assistenzsysteme in der Rinderhaltung

The experimental field “CattleHub” deals with the use of digital technology in cattle farming.

The project’s aims are to support and strengthen the use of digital assistance systems in cattle farming and to let farmers and their animals benefit from improved recommendations in decision making. To this end, different systems are validated throughout the project.

Specific improvements are expected in tracking, sensor systems, radio networking as well as energy supply. In addition, artificial intelligence methods will be examined in order to achieve higher prediction reliabilities in data analysis.

Our findings and the knowledge gained will be communicated and transferred into practical cattle farming.

The experimental field “CattleHub” is divided into seven different experimental areas. Combining the expertise, each of the areas is led by one project partner.


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Interessante Informationen über Assistenzsysteme in der Rinderhaltung


Das Global Positioning System (GPS) ist ein System, das zur Bestimmung des Aufenthaltsorts im Außenbereich (Outdoor-Lokalisierung) und zur Navigation verwendet werden kann, und auf Funkempfang von Satelliten beruht.

Sebastian Heineman

Sebastian Heimann Haus Düsse
For the future, I would like digitization to have an interface that enables all the systems on a farm to be viewed and controlled from only one platform (e.g. a tablet).

Maxim Steinhardt Agrargenossenschaft Memmendorf e.G.
My interest in the CattleHub project is to close data gaps between calves and dairy cows. In addition, the data exchange between software solutions from different manufacturers in agriculture is a solvable problem that must be tackled together with the manufacturers.

Torsten Schlunke Milchhof Diera KG
New assistance systems should help me as herd manager to recognize the sick cow of tomorrow, today.


Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft
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