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Sensor-supported cleaning and disinfection of the surface of Automatic Milking Systems (AMS)


Sensor-supported cleaning and disinfection of the surface of Automatic Milking Systems (AMS)



Precision livestock farming: 161-165



The use of automatic milking systems (AMS) requires a change as well as progress in the management strategies of dairy farming. This applies in particular to the recognition of the contamination in relevant parts of such systems, because the farmer used to control the milking only in a random sampling way. With the help of image processing it is possible to analyse changes in the degree of pollution of the surface. Relations between measurable contamination and the germ load can be analysed.

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