The development of dulog started as research project at multiple German universities and research institutes. During more than six years of development an extensive and functional wireless animal logging network with focus on proximity logging has been developed.
Proximity logging not only allows the user to record social structures among groups of animals that are tagged but also get an insight about the resource usage of animals by attaching tags to animals as well as to food sources or other resources.
In 2020 dulog was set up as spin off from the Institute of Electronics Engineering at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany to be able to supply researchers outside the original research group with the system.
While we offer the standard tag with proximity detection right from the beginning we are eager to expand the functionality of the dulog system even further. If you have use-case where there currently are no systems available for you contact us and we will be happy to provide a tailored solution to you. This can the the original dulog tag with some slight software modifications or a complete redesign to match your requirements in size, weight and functionality.