Tom ByrnePost-Doctoral research fellow
Digital technology to support livestock production
DIVA: supporting SMEs in the development of digital technologies for the agrofood, forestry and environmental sectors
B. Eng(Hons) (Mechatronic Engineering) Dublin City University
PhD entitled “Use of sensor technology to determine health status in cattle and sheep” - Dublin City University
Byrne, D.T., Berry, D.P., Esmonde, H. and McHugh, N., 2017. Temporal, spatial, inter-, and intra-cow repeatability of thermal imaging. Journal of animal science, 95(2), pp.970-979.
Byrne, D.T., Berry, D.P., Esmonde, H. and McHugh, N., 2018. Investigation of the relationship between udder quarter somatic cell count and udder skin surface temperature of dairy cows measured by infrared thermography. Journal of animal science, 96(10), pp.4458-4470.
Byrne, D.T., Berry, D.P., Esmonde, H., McGovern, F., Creighton, P. and McHugh, N., 2018. Infrared thermography as a tool to detect hoof lesions in sheep. Translational Animal Science, 3(1), pp.577-588.
Byrne, D.T., Esmonde, H., Berry, D.P., McGovern, F., Creighton, P. and McHugh, N., 2019. Sheep lameness detection from individual hoof load. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 158, pp.241-248.