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When this story from ZeroHedge hit our In-Box this morning… Silence… Blank Stare… Deep Breath. WTF… it’s not a joke.
Big Tech is Steam-Rolling 5G into every nook and cranny of the globe. In spite of the Pier Reviewed Research, Public meeting and testimony at the local, state and federal levels; as to the Dangers and Risk to Humanities Health, Big Tech and their CEO’s remain aloof and continue with their plans. Even the fact their own employees in the field of deployment are getting Cancer, some already dead, has no effect on these Tel-Com Corporations and their Stock-holders.
Money over Life! It’s a Sad Day. ~ (TLB)
5G Smart Cows Milked By Robots In England
5G-connected connected cows and a robotic milking system could revolutionize farms in England, reported Reuters.
On a dairy farm in Shepton Mallet, England, 50 cows have been outfitted with 5G smart collars and ear tags sensors that monitor their health.
The smart collars communicate with a robotic milking system. When the cows are ready to be milked, the machine will latch onto the animal’s teats.
The machines observe the cow’s health, production, and even rewards them with munchies. Meanwhile, sensors on the cow’s ear monitor vital signs for indications of discomfort during the milking process and alert operators of trouble.
“We are testing the ability of 5G to transmit the data from our sensors much quicker, and not via the farm’s PC and a slow broadband internet connection,” project manager Duncan Forbes told Reuters. “And the significance of that is it means that this sort of technology could be taken up … not just on farms but on rural communities right across the country.”
The high-tech dairy operation, designed by Agri-EPI with the support of Britain’s Technology Strategy Board, uses artificial intelligence, automated devices, internet of things, and sensors. Some of the smart devices include “automated brushes that rotate when the cow rubs up against them, sensor-operated curtains that open depending on the weather, cameras to watch inside facilities and pastures, and a smart feeding system that automatically delivers food in the barn via ceiling-mounted rails,” said Reuters.
Nick Chrissos, the person responsible for designing the smart farm, who works for Cisco Systems, said: “We can connect every cow, we can connect every animal on this farm. That’s what 5G can do for farming — really unleash the power that we have within this farm, everywhere around the UK and everywhere around the world.”
The collision of automation in the workforce could eliminate upwards of 20% to 25% of current jobs, hitting middle- to low-income workers the hardest by late 2020s. That being said, it now appears farmers are at risk of losing their jobs to robots. This will not end well.
(TLB) published this article from ZeroHedge as compiled by Tyler Durden. Our sincere thanks to Tyler for this coverage.
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