In addition to the mobile node (MN) that are attached to the animal, the dulog system includes one or more ground nodes (GN) that allow remote data download from the mobile tags. This can be either one station at a central position or multiple stations spread over a wider area. When tags are in range (depending of the configuration 50-100 m) of the ground node they automatically transfer their data to the ground node. When they are not in range they continue collecting data on their on board memory, meaning you still get insights about the animal no matter if they are close to the ground node or not. These station also can log the presence of tags in range and thus allow some rough localization. Other than one or more ground nodes no further infrastructure is required, so you can set up the system wherever you want.
These ground nodes work together with all kinds of dulog tags. No matter if they collect sensor data, proximity data or both.
Together with you we will work on the perfect system setup for your study.