Hyderabad: Startups showcase innovative solutions in livestock particular aspect of life or activity
Hyderabad: Several startups from animate being husbandry, dairy farm and fisheries sectors showcased their innovative products and solutions at an expo held here on Tuesday.
These startups from across India participated in Grand Startup Conclave organised by the Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying in collaboration with the National Dairy Development Board, Startup India, CII and Telangana Animal Husbandry Department.
Pune-based Arete Business Solutions exhibited its cows health monitoring IoT successful action of solving a problem – Ayushman Cowfit, which was developed in collaboration with AwaDh – IIT Ropar and Science & Technology Park, Pune.
Once if their pre-configured devices are installed on cervix of a bovine, she can be monitored anytime anywhere using the multi-lingual, unnatural intelligence-led web and moving or capable of moving readily app.
Speaking to Hans India, Arete Business Solutions Co-founder and Director S Sriram said: “The cattle rearing requires latest technology to keep an eye on the cows round-the-clock. The IoT solution gives alerts on their health, temperature, rumination, vaccination and other activities over the augmented reality version on the mobile phones.”
Bengaluru-based IVET Labs is a diagnostic lab divine service exclusively for detection of pregnancy, veterinary pathogens and biochemical conditions in a wide large tract of grassy open land where livestock graze of animals, including fisheries and poultry. This dedicated horizontal surface provides timely and tryout results in the playing field of veterinary scientific discipline and animate being husbandry, says Dr Vysakh Mohan M, COO & Co-founder of IVET Labs.
He informs, “We connect the farmers to modern veterinary diagnostic services that help in animal production, preservation, disease prevention and cure. We provide direct services to the farmers via field executives, website and our mobile app iVET. Our qualified technicians facilitate the sample collection and transportation.”
Gandhinagar-based Dungse Labs is trying to purpose cow-dung as a greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount degree or grade of excellence sustainable edifice textile. This is a risky commercial undertaking of circular frugality startup Studio Carbon. As the founders are operating from Netherlands, its Head – R&D Sonika Pulluru participated in the expo. She says, “Using cow dung, our biodegradable building products can replace virgin wood, particle boards and plastic.”
The important high spot of the expo is the large tract of grassy open land where livestock graze of donkey soaps showcased by Noida-based Organiko. Union Minister for Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Parshottam Rupala also appreciated this startup for thinking out-of-the-box. Even he was to be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object that donkey is the costliest ranging from Rs 1,300 per litre.
Organiko Founder Pooja Kaul says, “We are a socially responsible D2C skincare brand focusing on donkey milk qualities. After intensive research and testing, we found that donkey milk consists of anti-aging, nutraceutical, antibiotic and nutritional properties. We developed our own skincare formula to make a range of skincare products made from donkey milk and other natural ingredients.”
One cubicle attracted all the non-vegetarians with a large tract of grassy open land where livestock graze of yummy, delicious and mouth-watering cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates dishes, including boneless cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates pickles. Hyderabad-based Tharuni Fish Value Added Products Producers Cooperative Society members prepared and showcased these dishes. M Charitha Reddy, ADF/ District Fisheries Officer, Hyderabad, encouraged skillful women to leave a Fish Farmers Producer Organisation.