Helping producers and vets, by
redefining what’s possible
By taking advantage of a variety of approaches including machine and deep learning, EveryPig continues to break new ground in computer vision (CV). We use this research to deliver breakthrough veterinary assistance in our platform. And best of all, these benefits are available today, not just some plan on a whiteboard.
“Throughout my career, I have worked on several technology-driven solutions for animal health and production, and I can say that EveryPig‘s platform is novel and currently the only technology of its kind that is not just a concept but is a completely functional product ready for wide-scale implementation.”
Predict the future—save lives
Saving pig lives not only saves money, it also helps provide a better life for the animals under your company’s care. Mortality predictions let you know of potential mortality events on the horizon so you can act on the information at hand.
“EveryPig provides the platform to interact with caretakers and field service personnel in real time. I’m able to look at pictures and videos while at the same time evaluating historical clinical information reported by the caretaker to improve diagnosis accuracy and efficiency.”
Dedicated to the right treatment,
before it’s too late
With the amount of data generated by modern pork production operations, it’s tough to ensure every group of pigs is getting the treatments they need. Treatment suggestions are always on the lookout for patterns that indicate the need for a specific treatment—they’ve got you back.
“I can’t imagine how we would survive without the historical information and real-time data that EveryPig offers our company on a daily basis. It has become a great luxury to provide quick solutions to on-farm issues, not to mention how we have evolved from reactive to proactive as a company.”
It’s not magic.
It’s Computer Vision.
Computer Vision enables computers to see, identify, and process images in the same way a veterinarian does, and then provide appropriate outputs—in our case diagnosis suggestions. This feature is meant to extend, not replace skilled veterinarians. Your vets can rest easy that important issues aren’t getting lost in the shuffle.