Called by its owners as the “first consumer pet tracker to utilize artificial intelligence,” the BioMetic Smart Dog Collar uses sensors, accelerometers and embedded deep neural networking capabilities to monitor a dog’s respirator and heart vitals. It can also detect anomalies in a dog’s behavior, alerting owners and vets of possible health issues. Further, the new product can accurately differentiate between walking, running, scratching, eating/drinking, barking, and rest periods.
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