CEn Students & Faculty Develop ARTMOS for Broiler Production
Students and faculty from the College of Engineering (CEn) developed an Automated and Real-Time Monitoring System (ARTMOS) to be installed and used in the CLSU Tunnel-Type Broiler Production Project.
The ARTMOS technology can help improve the productivity and profitability of poultry farms. It specializes in monitoring the important parameters in the broiler production system such as temperature, humidity, feeding rate, frequency of feeding, water supply, and voltage of power supply.
Moreover, the said technology will include features like an alert system via mobile phones that will remind the in-charge personnel to refill the containers for feeds, vitamins, antibiotics, and power interruption. The alert system will send information to its corresponding application or website that can be easily installed on mobile phones.
Engr. Roldan T. Quitos led the development of ARTMOS together with Mr. Ivan Christian M. Salinas, Mr. John Vincent A. Nate, Mr. Daryl F. Espino, Ms. Genalyn B. Sebbey, and students taking Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. They presented and demonstrated on April 26, 2023 their invention to the University President, Dr. Edgar A. Orden together with Vice President for R&E, Dr. Armando N. Espino, Jr., and former URPO Director, Dr. Maria Excelsis M. Orden for their comments and suggestions to improve the ARTMOS.
The said project is one of the initiatives of the University in keeping up with the digital world in agriculture.
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