This is where Hanhaa’s turnkey ParceLive solution, though more well-known for its recyclable RFID tags, can truly win the day.
Not only can these powerful assets monitor the movement and storage of critical boxes of horse racing history, but also indicate to records keepers whether something has been or is being tampered with, in real time, on account of its reporting back unanticipated exposure to light, drops, tilts, and seven other shady types of movements.
ParceLive also seamlessly integrates all of these data points and more by working within the confines of a stables’ previous operating systems and servers.
While Hanhaa is keen to eventually afford owners and operators with the ability to work from as few databases as possible and reduce the number of tracking systems they may currently have at their disposal, they are also cognizant of the need to maintain and then migrant all horse history before looking to streamline processes.
Moving more than goods:
While maintaining fastidious, historical records is critical for the owner looking to eventually breed or sell his high-stakes winner for even more money, it is also equally as important for veterinarians and caregivers to also back tracking within and beyond the immediate stable.
Take for instance, the horse influenza outbreak that occurred on Britain’s shores in early 2019, and one quickly realizes how much truly is at stake.
Not only was an entire industry blown off course, but few stables could locate, let alone, contain the illness that had their high-performing athletes needing more rest and recuperation than their wallets could afford.
In hindsight, but more critically, and when looking to the future, in-house monitors and trackers on leads, harnesses, and other equipment can prevent this type of outbreak and afford caregivers the opportunity to quarantine the bad actor before losses encroach upon the million-dollar mark (or more).