Vence: Virtual fencing for sustainable livestock rearing

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The startup uses GPS and AI algorithms to create virtual fences that work with animal collars for more efficient management of livestock and grasslands 

For more sustainable livestock rearing, San Diego-based Vence has created “virtual fences” to make the sector more productive, cost-effective and sustainable than what’s possible with the manual labor and costly physical fencing currently in place. Originally founded in New Zealand in 2016, Vence’s technology comprises a collar device worn by cattle, sheep or any livestock. Animals do not have to be physically fenced in as the hardware controls each animal's movements with GPS driven by AI algorithms.  According to Vence, its virtual fences help farmers easily move livestock around d...
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