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Bradenton, FL, United States, 2009/01/21 - Leading the food industry's interest in animal health, ScoringAg, is now marketing a unique product from Palmer Wahl, the HSI 3000AS thermal imaging camera system that provides access to complete animal health data within the ScoringAg database.
ScoringAg, a division of ScoringSystem, Inc.,is now marketing the Palmer Wahl Thermal imaging camera system that provides access to complete animal health source data and certification within the database. A RFID chip, tag, or bolus label can be stored and recovered with the animal’s thermal image in the ScoringAg database for grower confidence for animal health issues like certified organic, conventional, or naturally raised products. The picture can be stored as an animal health event. A search in seconds by scanning the animals RFID or searching the SSI-EID code can give you the origin and other pertinent animal health information along with complete animal history including certification details, feed, and health pictures.
ScoringAg provides today’s farmer / rancher with complete health origin source information at the time of inspection with thermal imaging for even hairy warts on dairy cattle ( Photo insert ) to muscle strains on horses. ScoringAg accomplishes this by storing bmp’s images for traceback to the ID’ed animal (with or without RFID chips) by allowing the livestock owner to access specific animal health traceback records in just seconds, using ScoringAg's web-based database. The Palmer Wahl HIS 3000AS is being used for real time diagnostic’s of animal health problems and when the problem is located the image is saved and entered into the animals web-based ScoringAg record. After the treatment period, the database can be accessed to compare images to check on the current healing progress.
This Point-to-Point Traceback™ information system can be displayed at any point during animal production, from birth to shipment. The information in the database can be accessed in the field or at any site during the animal handling process with a RFID scanner or with any PC with online access in the Public Search window of ScoringAg.com. Any of these methods can access ScoringAg, which displays the complete animal history and traceback record for image comparison and health records, even country of origin requirements.
Private product labeling has been raised to a new level of credibility with this new type of barcode labeling and database information. Consumer access for food products, from field to fork for each individual product certified is now essential for all food commodities where COOL (country of origin labeling) is required. Traceback and source verification for every handler in the food chain, including testing and lab results increases the product's value and builds buyer confidence at all sales levels.
The ScoringAg database servers are built to use real time data entries to help veterinarians and clients achieve animal health cost savings with thermal imaging and with speed of data entry and record recovery wherever they stand. Being that the servers are web-based, certification inspectors and reviewers, and their clients can review crop and or animal data on-line together after entering security login codes to reveal all detailed information even for seed stock breeding operations.
Since customer loyalty has been vanishing from the marketplace recently, this new imaging tool is essential to give the buyer and consumer reliable, verifiable knowledge on animal health. The ScoringAg database system brings greater product visibility and value that is clear, honest, and simple. This direct thermal imaging system will provide the buyer will concise animal attributes even for imported or exported animals and their products.
ScoringAg.com and its traceback and traceup system for agriculture products, featuring Site-Specific Recordkeeping™ and PIDC location codes, is one of the many divisions of ScoringSystem, Inc. located in Bradenton, Florida USA. The company specializes in providing solutions with mobile data, via wireless PDA's, laptops, and Semacode-programmed Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, BenQ-Siemens, and Sony Ericsson cell phones. With the use of RFID chips and barcodes for traceup and traceback recordkeeping for livestock, fish, poultry, crops, produce, or tracking containers, ScoringAg.com makes managing data easier - and does it in an extremely cost effective manner from "Field-to-Fork."