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Animal Safety and Welfare App using IOT

Author(s) Anjali Rangapure, Pratham Sampat, Sakshi Jagtap, Parth Sawant
Country India
Abstract The increasing need for animal welfare and conservation has led
to the development of various technologies to monitor and manage
animals. This research paper proposes a mobile application that
integrates safety, adoption, foster, and IoT features to enhance
animal welfare and conservation. The safety features include a
reporting system for animal sightings, emergency alerts,
information on local wildlife rehabilitation centres, and public
education on animal welfare. The adoption and foster features
provide a searchable database of adoptable animals and foster
families, online applications and screening processes, in-app
communication with shelter staff, and the ability to make
donations to animal shelters. The IoT feature incorporates smart
collars with sensors to monitor the animal's location, health
metrics, and behaviour patterns, providing real-time notifications
to the animal owner or caregiver when the animal requires
attention or care. The application also includes analytics and data
visualization to provide insights into the animal's overall health
and behaviour patterns for proactive care. The proposed web
application aims to promote animal welfare, conservation, and
coexistence with wildlife, ultimately improving the overall well being of animals.
Field Engineering
Published In Volume 5, Issue 3, May-June 2023
Published On 2023-06-08
Cite This Animal Safety and Welfare App using IOT - Anjali Rangapure, Pratham Sampat, Sakshi Jagtap, Parth Sawant - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 3, May-June 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i03.3531
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