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Non-invasive Determination of Breeding Targets in Sheep

In collaboration with our development partner Zondii and the Glenwood Farm in Wellington NSW, we have conducted an extensive measurement campaign to determine various quality parameters of wool and skin in sheep. The spectral signatures measured using a hyperspectral sensor are mapped to reference data using the COMPOLYTICS® ScanCorder Modelling approach. The aim is to use non-invasive measurement methods to provide the farmer with easy-to-use, cost-effective, and real-time methods for wool classing and breeding.