Mobile phones can now track animals with NLIS Express
There is a new software available for mobile phones that actually help graziers track their animals, and Queensland Primary Industries and Fisheries Minister Tim Mulherin says: “Quick-thumbed livestock owners” can now exchange National Livestock Identification Scheme information with the NLIS database, following the launch of the new mobile phone application software.”
The new software is known as NLIS Express and can easily be downloaded to any compatible mobile phone and provides a new way to transfer NLIS data.
Training would be provided to graziers in coming months stated Michael Lancaster, Biosecurity Queensland Principal Project Officer, and said: “The training will be available to anyone who uses the NLIS database, but we also see it being of particular interest to agents.”
Source — QCL