Application of RFID Technology in the Pet Industry
Keeping pets has become a fashion trend among modern urbanites, and the pet market is constantly expanding. Pets have become an indispensable part of people’s lives, adding infinite joy to their lives. However, with the rapid increase in the number of pets, pet supervision and safety issues have become increasingly prominent. The phenomenon of pet dogs getting lost and abandoned has increased significantly, and problems such as the spread of stray dog diseases have emerged, seriously affecting residents’ safety, urban health, transportation, and so on.
So how to effectively strengthen pet management, ensure the implementation of measures such as pet management and epidemic prevention and quarantine, ensure the safety of public health, and promote the harmonious development of the pet industry has become a hot and focused issue of concern for all sectors of society, especially pet management departments.
The operation of implanting pet chips needs professional veterinarians to complete. The chip can be implanted under the skin of the corresponding part of the pet, and the risk of the whole process is very low. The pet chip is covered with a biological coating on the outside and uses low-frequency RFID tags, which will not have a significant impact on the pet’s body.
Each RFID chip has a special ID code, which determines the pet’s identity after implantation and is bound to the owner’s information, greatly facilitating the management of the pet. The RFID tag function is very powerful, which can locate the pet’s location, help identify the owner when lost, and also record the pet’s physical condition.
As the size of RFID chips continues to decrease, more and more Pet store replace the pet ID cards that are easy to lose with electronic chips to conduct identity authentication management for pets. Moreover, the electronic chips have a service life of up to 10 years, can accompany pets, and have no impact on pet activities.
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Pet biological tags are small chip tags injected into the subcutaneous area of animals, scanned with specific card reading machines. The tags can play roles such as traceability, identification, pet identification, and can effectively manage pets, prevent pet loss, disease, and other factors.
The chip scanning instrument is located near the injection location of the pet chip, and can read and extract a specific number (one chip, one code), which is then input into a networked database.
Each electronic chip corresponds to a globally unique digital identification code, which can be scanned and displayed by a scanner. After scanning, many information about the fish can be obtained, such as bloodline, birth, health records, feeding status, dietary records, pet owner information, contact information, etc.