Engineering students design cow camera to assist researchers

Engineering students design cow camera to assist researchers

Electrical engineering students developing camera prototype to help monitor activity in cows on the Jornada Range in New Mexico.

How a rangeland cow spends its time — what and how much it eats, where it goes, what it interacts with — is a question facing researchers interested in optimizing range management practices.

Four New Mexico State University electrical engineering students are working on a camera prototype that may help in making these observations without interfering with the cows like aerial observation might. Seniors Zach Abbott, Christian De La Pena, German Montes and Adrian Palos are in the pro

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