Call for Participation: Australian Livestock Spatial Innovation Program survey: livestock location and behaviour tracking

Posted by | December 08, 2017 | Collaboration, Opportunity | No Comments

One of the four pilot projects for the Australian Livestock Spatial Innovation Program is currently undertaking a 5 minute survey about livestock location and behaviour tracking.

Researchers and technology developers are working on an ear tag that can remotely detect both the location and key behaviours of grazing livestock in extensive landscapes. Researchers at Central Queensland University need your help to better understand how livestock producers might use this technology and which applications are going to be the most important.

The following survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. At the end of this survey, you will be invited provide your contact details to participate in a telephone interview. If you do not wish to participate in the interview, your answers will be completely anonymous. No identifying information will be used in any report or presentation related to the survey.

To complete the survey please follow the link http://bit.ly/2i3I0bb

 

Participation is voluntary. You may withdraw at any time prior to completing the survey simply by closing the survey window. If you wish to withdraw after completing the survey, the information you have already provided cannot be deleted unless you have provided your contact details in the survey. This is because we will not be able to identify your information.

It is planned that the outcomes of this research will be published as part of a final report to the CRC for Spatial Information. Outcomes may also be published in scholarly journal articles, technical reports and conference presentations.

Data will be securely stored for five (5) years after the publication date of the last publication based upon the data in accordance with Central Queensland University policy.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact a member of the team.

Associate Professor Mark Trotter and Dr. Amy Cosby

agritech@cqu.edu.au

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