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Pig Feeding – A Finger Exercise

08-23-2010 01:24 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: WEDA Dammann & Westerkamp GmbH

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Everything in view: depending on process visualisation, cross or longitudinal view can be selected.

Everything in view: depending on process visualisation, cross or longitudinal view can be selected.

Now, WEDA Dammann & Westerkamp GmbH from Lutten makes your mobile access to pig production even easier. By means of their mobile phones or tablet computers pig producers worldwide are now able to log into their WEDA control systems. As of today it is possible to access WEDA’s “Excellent 4PX” computer worldwide via smartphones like iPhone or via tablet computer like iPAD. This way, pig producers can– independent of location – carry out adjustments and changes in their feeding program with just a few touches via touch sensitive screen. Beside the internet capable device a stable radio reception is prerequisite.
Whether the farmer is in the fields at that time, or visiting an exhibition or whether he is on holiday: he can make sure at any time that his feeding processes run free from disturbance. Having received the information that a silo is getting empty or that a changeover to a replacement silo is to take place the unit manager is able to react immediately by means of the WEDA system.
During handling, the farmer will be shown the functions and settings of the “Excellent 4PX” computer and will get them explained. In this case he can then by easy menu navigation at the touch screen immediately change individual parameters or optimize his feeding.
Access to the computer by mobile device is technically problem-free and easy to learn. The operation is based upon iPhone and the intuitive menu navigations of other producers. The high resolution displays make the simplified images of the familiar menus easily recognizable (see photos).
The application is internationally available. Additional expenses only occur by webspace costs, depending on the mobile telecommunications tariff of the user.

For more than 70 years, WEDA’s name stands for innovation and reliability. Originally founded as an enterprise for the manufacture of wood gas generators, Dammann & Westerkamp GmbH (WEDA) have meanwhile become global market leaders in the domain of liquid feeding with more than 130 members of staff at their headquarters at Lutten. The WEDA company owns locations in almost 50 countries on all continents.
In their function as full providers in the field of modern pig managements, WEDA – besides the domains of feeding technology and house equipment – also attend upon the segments of ventilation technology and liquid manure treatment. WEDA possess more than two dozens of patents.
In 1996 – as the first enterprise of the branch – WEDA received the certification according to the international quality standards, DIN EN ISO 9000 ff. In 2001, the companies of WEDA and of Erich Stallkamp ESTA GmbH founded the WELtec BioPower GmbH enterprise.

Carsten Bergstedt - Head of Marketing
WEDA - Dammann & Westerkamp GmbH
Am Bahnhof 10 | 49424 Lutten | Germany
Phone: +49 4441.8705.65
Fax: +49 4441.5500
Email: c.bergstedt@weda.de
Internet: http://www.weda.de

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