Vaccination tracking through Henke Sass Wolf’s mobile app

Henkesass EPIGHenke Sass Wolf, a medical technology manufacturer with expertise in animal vaccination, has unveiled their mobile tracking application ‘EPIG APP 2.0’ for advanced vaccination tracking capabilities

The application comes as an extension of EPIG, the needle-free intramuscular vaccination device, with an advanced range of features. The EPIG APP 2.0 is made available globally via popular mobile operating system platforms. 

According to Henke Sass Wolf, technology companies around the globe are working on the digital transformation of farming and until today, various sensing and monitoring technologies are already facilitating daily farm life.

In addition, stakeholders in today’s pig production industry are triggering a growing need to measure, track, trace, report210909 and analyse medical treatments. Henke Sass Wolf’s EPIG APP enables an easy gathering of all needed information such as; treatment date, location, herd, type of dose and location. In addition, the application is also able to track the effectiveness of vaccinations and save profiles of the person handling the vaccination process.

Information can be easily imported from the EPIG device via Bluetooth and manually added up with treatment specific data. The app is also able to generate vaccination reports that can be exported as a summarised overview with the sole purpose of simplifying documentation and minimising paperwork. 

The application also includes functions such as a full device check, support request, FAQs, instruction videos, user manuals and a time-specific overview of all performed treatments. 

With the release of the EPIG APP 2.0, Henke Sass Wolf said it is following the company’s vision of strengthening the bridge to smart farming solutions in order to provide customers with optimal and comprehensive knowledge. 


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