IceRobotics is delighted to win a John Logie Baird award for Innovation for its unique dairy cattle health and welfare monitoring system. The John Logie Baird Awards recognise Scotland’s best inventions and the award was presented at a gala dinner in Glasgow on Friday 11th March 2011. Details of all the winners here: http://www.johnlogiebairdawards.co.uk/news.aspx
IceRobotics sponsoring Assessment of Animal Welfare Conference (“WAFL”), August 2011 – University of Guelph, Canada
IceRobotics is sponsoring the 5th International Conference on the Assessment of Animal Welfare at Farm and Group Level (WAFL2011), being held on 8-11th August 2011 at the University of Guelph, Canada. Full details of the conference can be found at www.WAFL2011.com
IceRobotics is pleased to have made it to the finals of the John Logie Baird Award for Innovation. The winners will be announced on the 11th March. You can find more details of this prestigious award at http://www.johnlogiebairdawards.co.uk/news.aspx
IceRobotics will be a Gold Sponsor of the Cattle Lameness Conference, being held in Nottingham UK on the 13th April 2011. You can find all the details at the conference website. We hope to meet you there!
Dr Istvan Gyongy from IceRobotics is presenting a poster at the Lameness in Ruminants Conference in Rotorua, New Zealand. The conference runs from 28th February to 3rd March 2011http://www.lamenessinruminants.org/