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RiderScan — Manage Horses with RFID Barn Open Source Hardware Management System

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“RiderScan – Manage Horses with RFID Barn Open Source Hardware Management System” made for Misty Brae Farm of Virginia… Miax writes –

This is a demo of the RiderScan system; an RFID barn management system made for Misty Brae Farm of Virginia. Using an Arduino Mega Protoshield and lots of Acrylic. I have a forum post with more details here

I saw this project “live” on latest google+ hangout “show-and-tell” (full vide here) it’s amazing and one of my favorite projects. It’s becoming possible for anyone with a business to make a custom solution like this that would normally cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and require tons of staff to get right.

12 thoughts on “RiderScan — Manage Horses with RFID Barn Open Source Hardware Management System

  1. Has anyone else used this system. How easy is it really. We are looking for a product like this for our adjacent barn. We run a pest control company in a rural area, and have animals as well. I could see this being a deterrent for coyotes as well. Am I understanding this correctly?

  2. Has anyone else used this system. How easy is it really. We are looking for a product like this for our adjacent barn. We run a pest control company in a rural area, and have animals as well. I could see this being a deterrent for coyotes as well. Am I understanding this correctly?

  3. Has anyone else used this system. How easy is it really. We are looking for a product like this for our adjacent barn. We run a pest control company in a rural area, and have animals as well. I could see this being a deterrent for coyotes as well. Am I understanding this correctly?

  4. Has anyone else used this system. How easy is it really. We are looking for a product like this for our adjacent barn. We run a pest control company in a rural area, and have animals as well. I could see this being a deterrent for coyotes as well. Am I understanding this correctly?

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