DEVELOPMENT OF IDENTIFICATION AND TRACEABILITY SYSTEMS
SNIT operational in Morocco
June of 2015
Digidelta Software won the international tender launched by the Moroccan Government to supply a National System of Animal Identification, 100.000 RFID ear tags for Cattle, 20.000 RFID ear tags for Camels, 120 Applicators and 100 RFID Reader kits.
The development of the project SNIT – National System of Animal Identification and Traceability of Morocco, went through three stages according to the contract terms established by ONSSA – National Organization of Animal Health and Safety of Morocco:
Phase 1: To supply the identification equipment and material, as well as the IT solution in a standard version;
Phase 2: To develop specific functionalities, install, configure, and implement all the resources solicited and integration tests;
Phase 3: Provide training for the local agents and Operational Assistance.
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Centre of Support and technical assistance - Helpdesk for SNIT
A centre for support and technical assistance is being created with our local partners in Morocco. The aim of this new helpdesk solution is to meet the needs of the users of the SNIT system in all the regions of the country.
The software SNIT.Mobile is an application which enables the registery of all operations carried out on the field by the users.
This software allows the registery of animals identified with visual and electronic ear tags, not only all the data referring to the animal but also of its breeder/owner, the farm, its sanitary condition and other relevant information. It should also be noted that the software is prepared to work in the avian sector, in which case, the breeder can choose how to manage his animals including sanitary information.
All the information stored in the database is available to the user according to his/her level of permission, maintaining the transparency and security of the data.
SNIT.mobile was developed to function on devices with the operating system Windows CE and sincronizes with the central database in 3 different ways: Directly with the application SNIT, by using SNIT.Transfer, which is a desktop application and via 3G, directly from the mobile devices.
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Presentation of SNIT to the public
The official launch of SNIT took place on 3rd February, in the province of Berkane, in the north-east of Morocco close to the Meditteranean and border with Algeria. The Minister of Agriculture, the General Director of ONSSA and many other policymakers and technical experts in the field were present at the event.
Within the project SNIT – Sistème National d’Identification et de Traçabilité Animales, developed for Morocco to manage livestock, namely, cattle, small ruminants and camelids, a mobile application was created to enable the final consumer to know all the details of animal origin products that are on the shelves in supermarkets.
By using any mobile device with the operating systems Android or IOS, it is possible to read a “QR Code” and know immediately the origin of the meat, which farm it was born in, its sanitary history (vaccines, tests, etc.), where and when it was slaughtered, which farms it moved to and from (drawn on a map) and even the sanitary classification of each farm it was on. The QR (Quick Response) technology is a two dimensional graphic code which can store a great amount of information.
Therefore, any consumer who installs this application into their mobile devices, regardless if they are online or not, will access the information referred to in maximum security and confidentiality of data.
By supplying the systems to two African countries, Morocco and Botswana, Digidelta has now got 4 systems running in total for the management of Animal Identification, Sanitary and traceability.
Digidelta is now in better condition to supply the system to any territory, with all its computer and communication infrastructures, it is able to give the Client the possibility to choose a Web or Desktop designed solution, according to its needs.
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