Today, it’s not uncommon for pet owners to fill up their households with lots of pets. Whether it’s cats, dogs, birds, snakes, rabbits and/or guinea pigs, today’s 21st Century lifestyle is literally a fertile breeding ground for pets of all shapes, sizes and species — particularly if these menageries can all get along with each other.
Pet wearables is quickly becoming a major category in the pet technology space. According to market research, spending in this segment is expected to reach $900 millionby the year 2019. Similar to human wearables, the Internet of Things [IoT] for pets is a burgeoning market creating apps that can provide pet owners with all kinds of data that’s never been tracked before.
While Artificial Intelligence starts to show signs of a ‘mind of its own,’ it’s not a shock they are beginning to replicate some of our best moves. When inventors conjure up new ways for robots to maneuver, they base a lot of their designs on how humans and animals have physically adapted toterra firma over the ages.
We’ve come a long way, Lassie. From Ivan Petrovich Pavlov’s classical conditioning research of the early 1900s to artificial intelligence and web cams of the 21st Century — today our dogs can benefit from the advancement of technology in new and marvelous ways.
The Link AKC Smart Dog Collar won the 2017 CES Innovation Award for best wearable electronic device. The Consumer Electronics Show recognized the Link AKC not only for its technical sophistication but for how the GPS dog collar enables greater interaction between man and man's best friend. Let's see how this dog collar works....
Looking for the best pet locator for your dog or cat? Pet location trackers can have a range of capabilities or just a few; they range in price too, but you can probably find a good tracker to meet your budget. Of the many systems available, here are the top 5+ pet tracking systems that we recommend.