Belgium’s Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC) sought to modernize its livestock tracking and monitoring system. EDS, an HP company, delivered a centralized, integrated Web solution that provides a complete picture of animal health through every stage of the food chain. The system uses InRule for automating and updating frequently changing decision logic quickly and easily.
The application, called Beltrace, monitors meat safety, animal health and epidemics at different stages of the food chain and helps ensure compliance with food safety laws.
Beltrace at a glance:
Incorporates approximately 50,000 InRule-powered workflows that include orders, inspections, treatment and animal movement notifications, etc.
The number of InRule-enabled policy files executed daily averages 60,000 – 90,000
Beltrace supports over 10,000 named users, including personnel from the food agency, cattle federal agencies, city-communities, veterinaries, transporters, cattle markets, cattle dealers
In the last few months Beltrace has been rolled out to 5000 farmers, with more planned
An average of 1000 to 1400 users access Beltrace each day.