Where Old World
Tradition Meets
New World Technology
Smart Halter™
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App
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Breakaway Design for safety & comfort
“We leave leather halters on horses overnight all the time, both in the clinic and at home.”
- Rhonda Rathgeber PhD, DVM
Objective Insight for more informed decision making
“NIGHTWATCH® is one of the most sophisticated IoT devices I have ever seen.”
- Forbes
Handcrafted Quality Old World Tradition
Lightweight Electronics
Padded Crown & Noseband
Adjustable Chin
Double-Buckle Crown
Smooth Hand-Burnished & Stained Edges
Hand-Rubbed Triple Stitching
Tech Specs
New World Technology
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Power
12+ hours
3 LiPo batteries (rechargeable)
3-hour charge time
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Connectivity
Cellular (3G/GSM)
WiFi (single-band, 2.4 GHz)
 
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GPS
Provides geolocation and time information anywhere in the world.
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UWB-IR Sensor
A safe and very-low energy radiofrequency technology that uses very short pulses of energy at specific time intervals.
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9-axis IMU Sensor
A tracking device comprised of a 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis
accelerometer, and a 3-axis
magnetometer or compass to
assess motion.
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Altimeter Sensor
A meter used to measure the
altitude of an object above a
fixed level.
Low Distress Your horse's vital signs and activity are within their normal range.
Medium Distress Your horse's vital signs and activity are moderately outside their normal range.
High Distress Your horse's vital signs and activity are significantly outside their normal range.
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Biometrics Heart Rate & Respiration
NIGHTWATCH® uses novel radiofrequency technology (UWB-IR) to monitor your horse’s heart rate and respiration, the two most important vital signs that correlate with possible pain and distress.
Behavior Activity Level
NIGHTWATCH® uses a variety of sensors, including a gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, and an altimeter to continuously assess your horse’s motion and posture to report on their activity level.
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EDI® Equine Distress Index®
The EDI® is a new 10-point scale that makes understanding your horse easy. The lower their EDI® score, the happier and healthier they are.
GPS Geolocation
NIGHTWATCH® is equipped with a Global Positioning System (GPS) allowing you to pinpoint the location of your horse when an alert is issued.
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NIGHTWATCH® Automated Alerts
NIGHTWATCH® is an equine distress & wellness monitor that automatically alerts you and careteam members at the early signs of a problem via text, call, and email.
Text
Call
Email
Play Call
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NIGHTWATCH® Smart vs Manual Alerts
Smart: When smart alerts are enabled, the system is looking for deviation in your horse’s normal physiologic parameters (ie, biometrics, behavior) that correlate with pain and distress.
Manual: When manual alerts are enabled, you can set your own thresholds for any of the 3 parameters (ie, heart rate, respiration, activity level) to trigger an alert.
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Stay Connected From automated alerts for early intervention to objective insight for more informed decision making, the NIGHTWATCH® smart halter™ allows you to stay connected no matter where you are or where you are going.
NIGHTWATCH®
Insight at your fingertips
Access to actionable and objective insight on your horse’s EDI® score, biometrics, and behavior from the convenience of iPhones and Android devices.
Get it on Google Play
Use Cases
Who are we for
NIGHTWATCH® is there when you need it. From high-risk horses and pregnant mares to those you worry about overnight.
Performance
Distress Be alerted to early signs of distress in your race or show horse to avoid unnecessary downtime, injury, or loss.
Wellness Tailor your horse’s daily training based upon their overnight activity and general wellbeing.
Pregnant
Mare Monitor your pregnant mares closely for complications before, during, and after foaling.
Foal Be alerted to early signs of birth/parturition and be by their side when they need you most.
High-Risk
Acute Monitor your sick, injured, or post-operative horse at home, and share objective biometric and behavior insight with your careteam for more informed decision making.
Chronic Look after your senior horse and those with chronic conditions of concern, such as cribbing, windsucking, or weaving.