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Colorado Equine Identification Project: Colorado Equine Identification Project Midwest Research Institute: Midwest Research Institute Founded in 1944 in Kansas City by civic leaders Independent – MRI provides unbiased scientific results. Science and Technology – Government and industrial clients contract with MRI for scientific expertise. Manages Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Labs ( NREL) Not-for-profit 501(c)3 status Elected Board of Directors and Board of Trustees govern the Institute. Lab Coats and More: Lab Coats and More Approximately 1,700 scientists, technicians, and administrative professionals, with 40 percent holding advanced degrees National experts in bio/chem defense, agriculture and food safety, transportation engineering, air sampling and monitoring, and other fields Numerous patents awarded to staff ID Procedures: ID Procedures Up to 1000 horses will be selected for identification with an RFID chip GPS coordinates will be read when device is applied When the horses are moved they will be read for identification and GPS coordinates Species Identification Methods: Species Identification Methods RFID, 11784 and 11785, microchip will be injected into the left side of the horse in the middle 1/3 of the neck, approximately 4 cm below the long hairs of the mane into the ligament nuchea Smart Card (Equine 'Driver’s License') Equine “Driver’s License”: Equine 'Driver’s License' RFID Interface: RFID Interface Application supports 134.2Khz (ISO 11784/11785) and 125KHz RFID chips Designed to support multiple RFID readers Installation Configuration options to select the user’s RFID reader Automatically reads the animal ID from the RFID reader Slide10: Front Back Smart Card Smart Card System: Smart Card System Smart Card has snapshot of data in central database Smart card is updated via internet connection by authorized users User authorization based on credential validation via central database Horse “Driver’s License”: Horse 'Driver’s License' USAIN Breed Gender DOB Registration Number Registered Name Owner Owner Contact Information Premises ID Premises Name Premises Contact Information Brand/s Markings Health Certificate # (Date andamp; Who) Test Results (Date andamp; Who) Creation of a Cardwritten information never rewritable: Creation of a Card written information never rewritable USAIN Breed Registration Number Name DOB Gender ? Owner ? Premises ? Phone Number ? Smart card printer at centralized locations- Similar to Driver’s license office State organization or breed association/brand inspectors will issue first card (Initially the State Veterinarian’s Office) Slide14: Slide15: Slide16: Slide17: Slide18: Slide19: User Interface: User Interface Slide21: Device Reading Technology: Device Reading Technology Blue tooth wireless technology Smart Card technology PDA and Tablet PC Lap top and Desk top computers Thumb Drives Information that is written by authorized user or users and is always accessible. There are different levels of authorized users: State Veterinarians, Accredited Veterinarians, Brand Inspectors,and breed organizations. : Information that is written by authorized user or users and is always accessible. There are different levels of authorized users: State Veterinarians, Accredited Veterinarians, Brand Inspectors,and breed organizations. Written and Accessible Information: Written and Accessible Information Health Certificates Primary veterinarian Test Results ie. Coggins Test Brand Certificate Brand and Location of brand Markings and color 7. Premises over last six months 8. Primary Contact 9. Contact information 10. Owner 11. Breed registry information Writeable by vet 1,2,3,6,7,8,9,10, Writeable by Brand Inspector4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Writeable by breed registry 6,7,8,9,10,11 Readable and Writeable: Readable and Writeable General Mannerisms Rations Non-diagnosed health concerns Farrier Information Achievements Other information Updates and Data Management: Updates and Data Management Brand inspectors will update brand information Veterinarians will update health information Owners will have the ability to update certain information Breed Registry information RMS will maintain the database Slide27: Slide28: Slide29: Slide30: SMART CARD: Three potential uses Horse 'Driver’s License' Premises Card Transportation Card SMART CARD Legal Authority: Legal Authority 35-50-105. Powers and duties of the commissioner. (3) The commissioner may adopt, subject to the commission's approval, all reasonable rules for the administration and enforcement of this article including, but not limited to: (j) The standards and requirements for identification and traceability of livestock; Change can be good: Change can be good Slide34: You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.