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Petersime Presents Eagle Eye: Software for Hatchery Management

21 November 2012

GERMANY - At EuroTier 2012, Petersime launched Eagle Eye, a software package that allows hatchery managers to monitor and control their entire hatchery from one single computer.

Petersime’s Product Manger Rudy Verhelst demonstrating the new software at EuroTier.

Eagle Eye provides an integrated solution for all of the key parameters and settings in the hatchery: incubators, room conditions, cooling water temperatures, parameters related to air handling, etc. Some of the software’s main features include:

  • Custom-made layout: the hatchery displayed on the com­puter main screen is based on the actual layout of the hatchery.
  • Alarm status overview: Eagle Eye features an immediate and complete overview of all of the alarms in the hatchery, allowing hatchery managers to interfere instantly.
  • Dynamic zoom: from the main hatchery layout screen you can zoom in to view the particular parameters of each room in the hatchery. This way, you can also easily access each individual incubator and monitor and control its settings.
  • Real-time and historical trending: using clear graphics, Eagle Eye helps hatchery managers to analyse the incubation and hatchery parameters over time.
  • Enhanced bio-security management: to guarantee optimal bio-security in the hatchery, Eagle Eye includes active filter control on the air han­dling systems. Moreover, the temperature and humidity in all critical rooms is continuously controlled so as to safeguard bio-security at all levels.

Rudy Verhelst, Product Manager at Petersime, comments: “With features such as the alarm overview and the historical trending tool, Eagle Eye is an indispensable tool for hatchery managers that aim to further optimise their equipment’s performance and, as a consequence, their hatch­ery’s results.”

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