The slaughtering process is widely recognised as a key check point for assessing the health status of farm animals, as well as the effectiveness of strategies implemented by the breeder to prevent or treat disease conditions. Postmortem evaluations at slaughterhouses have become outdated:
The Seal of Excellence by the European Commission was awarded to the ADAL project, for its outstanding purpose of innovating a whole industry and grant to the wide public access to a disruptive and cost saving technology: the one of Artificial Intelligence applied to animal health and food safety.
The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at UniTE is an approved Centre of Excellence by the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE).
UNITE works with Farm4Trade to certify that the technology developed is up to scientific and industrial standards and to guarantee the annotation of lesions and the scoring systems adopted on both organs and carcasses at the abattoir are compliant with the most recent advancements in veterinary medicine.