SoundTalks proudly announce that Interferm AG has officialy become a sales agent for the SoundTalks SOMO product line in Switzerland! Interferm AG has over 25 years of experience in the industry of feed additives and we are convinced that this collaboration will be of mutual benefit.
Originally INTERFERM AG goes back to the company Inter Chemie AG and Opopharma AG, founded both the early 40-ies years and were active in the sale of products for the markets of pharmaceutical, food and feed industry.
1990 Inter Chemie AG merged with the Agro Division of Opopharma AG INTERFERM AG...
The pig cough monitor was mentioned in a recent video of the Dutch TV channel KRO-NCRV. The journalist was absolutely overwhelmed by the possibilities of cough monitoring on pigs. SoundTalks is very proud that more and more farmers are becoming convinced that early detection of respiratory diseases really improves the farmers’ revenues.
You can watch this video (in Dutch) on http://keuringsdienstvanwaarde.kro.nl/seizoenen/2016/30-146503-19-05-2016
The fragment regarding to the cough monitor...
SoundTalks was present at the Intensive Livestock Farming Days from 1 to 3 March, which took place in Venray, the Netherlands. SoundTalks met a lot of interesting people and business partners during this three day during fair.
We were very pleased to find out that more and more people are genuinely interested in our SOMO Respiratory Distress Monitor. SoundTalks is doing its upmost to deliver high-quality SOMO devices. The appreciation we received for our products is a confirmation for us to keep delivering quality and innovative products to the pig industry.
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Quote: "SoundTalks provides algorithms for monitoring livestock’s health status using sound. It’s delivered as a plug and play package containing a portable shock and waterproof hardware platform to process audio in real-time, and distress monitoring software and a SoundTalks microphone. The package allows the user to start overseeing herds’ respiratory health in less than 5 minutes."
Recent trials have made it very clear what computer monitoring can achieve. An early warning system consisting of a microphone and algorithms can detect respiratory issues several days earlier than a producer or vet can. Trials all over Europe can confirm this.