Livestock production is a massive market, with over $120 billion worth of beef having been produced in the US during 2020 alone according to the USDA. Naturally, those who raise livestock have a keen interest in raising as many healthy animals as possible, and minimizing the risk of losses. One way to improve yields is through the use of animal trackers. These devices keep track of animal locations to locate those that may get lost, allow for better pasture utilization, and help to detect concerning behavioral anomalies.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.edgeimpulse.com/blog/counting-sheep-but-not-for-sleep