What it’s for:
The reading arch is used for conducting massive readings of animals. It can be placed at a gate, and the animals pass through it. During the process, each animal is identified, and the quantity that passed is counted.
How it’s used:
The reading arch reads UHF electronic ear tags. It emits a radiofrequency field of action, through which the animals pass. The technology “reads” each animal multiple times during each pass, and then compiles a final list of the animals that actually passed. This allows for headcounts and registering movements between pastures.