First Alert after Sensor Activation
|Temperature increase||The temperature increased significantly|
|Temperature decrease||The temperature decreased significantly (no calving expected)|
|Normal temperature||Display of normal temperature of the animal based on its individual data of the last 5 days|
Starting on day 5
|Decrease of activity||Check for reasons (lameness, sick cow)|
|Too few drinking cycles||Number of drinking cycles per day is insufficient|
|Reduction of drinking cycles||The number of drinking cycles has decreased significantly compared to the previous day|
|Calving (Temperature decrease)||The temperature decreased significantly within the expected calving period|
|Estrus||Increased activity and >20 DIM|
|Increase of activity||Increased activity and <20 DIM|
|Indication of reduced feed efficiency||Large fluctuations of pH reduce nutrient utilization|
|Indication of an increased risk of acidosis||When pH is below a 5.8 for more than 300 minutes per day, an increased risk of acidosis is indicated|
|Sudden decrease of average pH level||Deviation in average daily pH: Sudden changes or errors in feed management|
|Mild heat stress||THI > 72 -> mild heat stress|
|Medium heat stress||THI > 78 -> medium heat stress|
|Severe heat stress||THI > 82 -> severe heat stress|
Daily Events: These events are always generated at 24:00h (or as soon as the data for this period is available on the server) if a problem has occurred on the respective day.
Hourly Events: These events are generated every hour on the hour (or as soon as the data for this period is available on the server) if a problem has occurred within the respective hour.
Sample Events: Whenever new data is sent to the server it is always checked for any incidence of a sample-based event. If such an event is detected, it is immediately displayed in Messenger.
Climate Sensor Events: Climate Sensor Events are evaluated on a sample event basis with a maximum of one warning a day issued per sensor and event type.
You can share data with other users or request a data share from another user via Information > Data sharing. According to the requirements of each user, you can select a role for the optimal use of the software.
Here’s an overview of available roles and functions:
|Update animal information|
|Change animal tags|
|Update device information|
|Update calving information|
|Update estrus information|
Additionally, a user can have “read-only”-status. This type of user can look up information but cannot make any modifications.
The insemination task list includes a visual insemination window enabling you to see the ideal insemination time at a glance. The insemination window comprises the following phases:
When the actual insemination window begins, the color of the field changes and information is shown as follows:
In phases 3 to 5, an arrow indicates which phase you are currently in. For a better overview, phases that are already over change color.
The insemination window is no longer displayed after 36h in the dashboard. You can always access past insemination windows in the message list.
You can access the heat index via