Simplifying Milk Collection via Robotic Milk Collection Unit

Simplifying Milk Collection via Robotic Milk Collection Unit

Step into the Future with the Robotic Milk Collection Unit 

India is one of the world’s biggest dairy producers. Last year, milk production in the country was around 146.31 million tonnes. Despite being one of the leading producers of milk in the world, dairy production and collection are carried out using traditional methods in major parts of the country. Individual dairy farmers bring their milk to the dairy society where milk from various sources are mixed, checked and distributed. This manual process is not only unreliable but also takes up more time of the farmers and the collectors, further affecting the productivity and quality of the milk distributed.

 

To address this very issue, Krishna Allied Industries has developed a state-of-the-art innovation that uses the most advanced RFID and cloud technology to modernise the milk collection and reduce the complete process time by almost 99%.

Introducing Robotic Milk Collection Unit (RMCU)?    

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Robotic Milk Collection Unit or RMCU is the latest innovation from Krishna Allied Industries for the dairy industry. Staying true to our motto of manufacturing in Indian for the needs of India, RMCU is an automation innovation meant to solve the problem of Indian milk farmers and collectors, ultimately contributing to the overall growth of the dairy industry. The self-operating unit is built on advanced technology with the integration of inputs, saving process time and minimizing human intervention.

 

How does RMCU work? 

The RMCU can measure the milk volume and fat content of the milk poured in it by the farmer with their unique RFID code. When the farmers pour the milk into the RMCU, it takes a small sample and tests its quality. If the milk does not meet the benchmark criteria, it is rejected and poured out through an outlet for the farmer to collect. The ones that pass the quality are collected and stored in the unit. The entire process takes less than a minute and all a farmer needs to do is scan his/her RFID code, choose the source of milk and press the button to start the process. The machine records the details of each farmer. Post analysis, RMCU is capable of giving the most accurate data on the quality and quantity of milk, fat content and the price to be paid. A printed acknowledgment with these details is also generated. The farmers then can collect their payments via cash or be paid digitally, directly to their bank accounts.

 

Why Use Robotic Milk Collection Unit?

This easy to use automation innovation can revolutionize the milk collection system. RMCU is a self-functioning unit that not only makes milk collection easier and better but also gives accurate and reliable data. Here are some more reasons why RMCU is the future of milk collection.

  • Milk societies no longer need to hire separate staff for collecting and measuring the milk.
  • The easy to use and self-functioning unit ensures that the farmers can operate it themselves without any additional assistance.
  • Both the farmers and the dairies get complete information about the pouring patterns.
  • The automated system is extremely accurate, and there is no room for any errors or disputes.
  • Since low-quality milk gets rejected, societies get an assured minimum quality of milk.
  • The testing is done in less than a minute. The collection process becomes faster and more efficient due to this.
  • The database of the farmers and their pouring pattern can become a valuable tool in expanding the dairy industry and gaining insights into the business.

Modernise Your Milking Today

The RMCU supplied by Krishna Allied Industries Private Limited is a state-of-the-art system that can drastically improve your milk collection. The unit gives accurate results, is economical, and user-friendly. What are you waiting for? Contact Krishna Allied Industries today to modernise your milk collection.

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