Monitoring animal selection and herd health is critical in dairy farming. Whatever your milking system, that’s why having the ability to analyse the composition of milk in real-time for each individual cow is important.
With BROLIS sensor you don’t need a large capex investment to get started. BROLIS HerdLine in-line sensor monitors milk fat, protein, lactose, conductivity and milk quantity during milking. Continuous monitoring of milk composition from each cow provides a constant stream of data on nutrition and health status. What’s more, our system identifies cows with early onset health issues which can be addressed in a timely manner. The outcome is increased productivity, reduced downtime and less reliance on antibiotic treatments.
Identifying favourable traits opens a new dimension for herd selection. That’s how monitoring milk quantity, milk protein, fat, lactose and conductivity using BROLIS HerdLine can support animal welfare and help build your farming business.
BROLIS in-line sensors can be applied in a variety of industrial processes. For example, these include continuous fluid composition analysis such as fermentation, or cell culture cultivation for monitoring important metabolites such as lactates, glucose, ammonia, ethanol, methanol, to name just a few.
BROLIS in-line sensors can be used in the food and beverage industry, such as in-line, in-tank fermentation processes that monitor sugars, ethanol, pH, color, etc. It also accurately logs and controls repeatable fermentation processes, thereby minimizing down-time and maximising yields.
Anyone who is serious about their exercise routine, and wants to move to the next level, needs to be able to measure lactate and glucose concentrations in their bloodstream. BROLIS integrated sensor technology gives both amateurs and professionals the power to check and regulate their fitness, metabolism and fatigue condition in real time.
Understanding the body’s limits is vital for all athletes, because it tells them how far their limits can be pushed. It also lets them avoid unnecessary stress which can lead to extreme fatigue, inefficient training programs, or worse still, serious injury.
BROLIS’ mass-market scalable integrated sensor technology provides valuable insights like never before. The data obtained can help you achieve your best, whether your goal is elite sport or simply being the neighborhood champion.
Lactate levels are a direct indicator of muscle fatigue and vital when evaluating performance. Being able to monitor blood lactate levels in real-time can lead to new performance records, faster and more efficient recovery, and fewer injuries.
Anyone with a smartwatch – more than 100 million users worldwide – can now access data through BROLIS to better understand their body and monitor performance.
BROLIS spectroscopic sensor technology detects and records levels of analytes in blood such as glucose, lactate, urea, cholesterol, ethanol – and importantly, levels of alcohol. Its use has far-reaching benefits in terms of health and safety and medical care.
Road safety – It has been estimated that about 25,000 people are killed each year in alcohol related accidents in the USA alone. In Europe, drink driving is a significant factor in road traffic accidents which have long-lasting and tragic consequences. Yet, not one single European country systematically administers alcohol tests to all road users involved in vehicle accidents. The BROLIS
Spectroscopic sensor can help prevent drink driving.
Diabetes – The BROLIS Spectroscopic sensor also has widespread implications in the management of diabetes. World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that in 2014 about 422 million people were suffering from diabetes, and that number is rising year-on-year. Finding a better and more convenient way to test blood glucose levels – several times a day – would help millions of people to better control their condition and thereby improve quality of life. Using a BROLIS spectroscopic sensor is a quick, accurate and efficient way to analyze blood.
Common health conditions – The BROLIS spectroscopic sensor measures other analytes that are important markers for different health related issues:
- Lactate – as an indicator for sepsis and severe inflammatory syndrome.
- Urea – providing insights into kidney function.
- Cholesterol – monitoring atherosclerosis risk, diet and physical activity status.