A complete overview of the food production process effectively protects citizens’ health. If problems such as various veterinary diseases do arise, this system helps mitigate the associated risks.
Central recordkeeping and the monitoring of all livestock have allowed the food safety solution to contribute significantly to fighting the contagion of dangerous diseases or their carriers into any given country. The solution is capable of integrating the systems of the central livestock registry with veterinary supervision. Use of such a system ensures the prompt initiation of necessary disease control measures, including the identification of an outbreak, prevention of further spread of the disease, treatment of infected animals, etc.
From an economic point of view, this system serves as a key source of data used in evaluating applications for subsidies in agriculture. It allows farmers to work with data in entirely electronic format. Everyday processes are thus simplified; for example placing orders for ear tags is conducted in a manner quite similar to placing payment orders via electronic banking. The system is able to keep records for up to tens of thousands of livestock breeders and millions of animals.