A Veterinary Decision Support System

by Rapid Bacterial Infection Detection (RAID)

Objective

The objective of our project is to provide a cost effective veterinary decision support system (RAID) for the rapid detection of bacterial infections in poultry (mainly Broiler chicken) farming using spectrometry based method.

Raid Project

Need

Chicken Market >

Chicken production is progressing all over the world.
According to the World Watch Institute, 74 percent of the world’s poultry meat, and 68 percent of eggs are produced in ways that are described as “intensive”...
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Antibiotic usage: regulations >

One of the important problems of humanity is to provide enough food for the increasing population.
Production of meet with increasing efficiency and lower costs induced the spreading of intensive farming technologies...
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Limitations... >

...of infection detection methods used today
General comparison, Culturing, Rapid test kids, PCR, MALDI-TOF
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The RAID method

RAID is Veterinary Decision Support System (RAID), does not require culturing and thus can detect bacterial infection within maximum 2 hours at affordable cost.

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The background and principle of the RAID method is summarized in this video animation.

SME Instrument Phase 1

We have completed an H2020 SME Instrument Phase 1 project, entitled, “A Veterinary Decision Support System by Rapid Bacterial Infection Detection (RAID)” financed by the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission under the contract number 744038 between 1st November 2016 – 28th February 2017.

SME Instrument Phase 2

We are executing a H2020 SME Instrument Phase 2 project, entitled, “A Veterinary Decision Support System by Rapid Bacterial Infection Detection (RAID)” financed by the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission under the contract number 859156 between 1st Aprl 2019 – 31rd March 2021.

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