The issuance of tags is centrally controlled and recorded. Batches are issued to exporters in multiples of 2,500 and recorded in sequences. Tag inventory is maintained for immediate distribution. In any event the risk of system traceability error is low as all tags are scanned and reconciled against the packing list which has the pairing of NLIS to GC code. If a CG code is scanned on entry to a facility but is not on a packing list received, we are able to crosscheck a read of the NLIS tag to trace the animal back to the appropriate exporter.

Benefit of BBNE

Global Compliance Group’s systems development capability is of high calibre with demonstrated capacity to address the market network challenges and rapidly and effectively respond to user change requests. Oversight of facilities is professionally managed and documented with a clear focus on maintaining effective surveillance of all activities within the exporter’s supply chain’s.

The Global Compliance Group’s BBNE system is comprehensively designed and implemented to meet ESCAS and the 6-point plan. Importantly, given it is a critical system design feature, there is adequate staffing to provide high confidence that CCTV footage is monitored 24 hours a day in real-time. Furthermore, collecting all data independently ensures the information chain of custody has been maintained.

BBNE scan’s cattle up to 10 meters away from the static scanners with no human intervention.

Scanning and video footage is captured at loading, discharge, entrance to the feedlot, exit to the feedlot, entrance to the depot, exit from the depot, entrance to the abattoir and at the point of slaughter.

Our Experience Accross Industry

Underpinned by over a decade of field-tested research and commercial experiences, Global Compliance Group has provided numerous solutions for a range of different sectors. Including.

  • Government agencies
  • Research organizations
  • Commercial agricultural
  • Fisheries industry
  • Aeronautical businesses
  • Live Export industry

In all the above fields, industry specific issues have been identified, researched, and solutions developed to address and overcome the unique problems that previously existed.

With solid foundations in remote telemetry, engineering, and data management, Global compliance Group is uniquely positioned to deliver the BBNE system. The proprietary technologies developed in house by the internal engineering team has been possible by drawing on the previous experience and problem-solving skills of the team’s involvement in different industries.

Global Compliance developed for the Fisheries Industry within Indonesia; a Satellite connected sensor based fisheries data acquisition system. Globally connected through the Iridium satellite network, these sensor stations provide invaluable data for both the research and marine industries in the Indonesian archipelago. Providing sensory environmental and movement data, these stations allow the management of aquatic and fisheries resources by collecting information of fish breeding, movement, and environmental condition required for a sustainable industry.

Global compliance group has developed remote self-contained internet connected weather stations. With over one hundred sites deployed throughout Indonesia, these solar powered, internet connected units provide important continuous environmental and climate data for both research and public agencies.

Global compliance group has previously created a private ADS-B based ATC system, for a private low traffic airstrip in Indonesia ensuring Aeronautical safety and compliant traffic control outcomes.

New Technology

Identifying individual assets is the cornerstone of all successful asset management strategies. The Global compliance Group assists in this endeavor by providing several agricultural and livestock identification options. Backed by years of active research, rigorous testing, and continuously updating new technologies. The Global compliance identification tags are proven to be suitable for the administrative, practical and legal requirements of both the domestic and international market.

The original global compliance long-range radio frequency identification tags have been deployed on more than one million two hundred thousand Australian cattle, that were destined for the South East Asia Markets. Designed to integrate seamlessly to the region’s cattle management practices while staying true to its animal management and welfare principles, these tags combined with the remote telemetry devices deployed in the region and are the proven champion for livestock management, control, and traceability.

Our future endeavors are now based on the Global compliance Group’s Conception to Consumption (C2C) Technology.

Providing backward compatibility with the existing Australian NLIS tags, the C2C tags are designed to match traditional NLIS tags in shape, size and form, while providing seamless integration with existing technologies and legacy devices. This approach allows further integration into the growing fields of Internet of Things (IoT), remote telemetry, and technology backed agricultural management through its capability of longer distance reads and additional internal data storage.

Currently under continuous development and rigorous field tests, the C2C Tags are single and multi-use devices designed to allow management of dynamically positioned large scale assets over a widespread localized area as well as assets, with a time constrained lifetime such as breeder, feeder and slaughter cattle. The C2C tags require fewer checkpoints and minimal user technology investments which makes them suitable for small to large farms and all facilities in between the final point of slaughter. 

We look forward to presenting more on the technical advances and real time Control and Traceability systems being developed by the Global Compliance Group.