Funded Project

Intelligent Disease Diagnosis System for Livestock in Rural Pakistan

The project aims to study, investigate, design and implement an artificial intelligence based disease diagnosis system for the cattle owned by the farmers in rural Pakistan. The project will be confined to four types of cattle commonly owned in rural areas: cows, buffaloes, goats and sheep. The product will be capable at running as a stand-alone application on computers as well as Android based mobile phones, where the user will enter symptoms through an easy to use localized interface and the system will predict the possible disease(s).
 
  • Funding Agency: National ICT R&D Fund (Ministry of IT, Government of Pakistan)
  • Grant: PKR 4.4 million
  • Duration: 12 months
  • Collaborators: Dr. Mian Muhammad Awais (LUMS), District Livestock Office, Mianwali
  • Executive Summary: Click here to download

Team

Dr. Malik Jahan Khan

Principal Investigator
Dean/Associate Professor
CS, Namal College Mianwali
PhD (LUMS)

Dr. Mian Muhammad Awais

Co-Principal Investigator
Professor
CS, SBASSE, LUMS
PhD (Imperial College, University of London)

Habiba Saim

Team Lead
CS, Namal College Mianwali

MSCS (LUMS)
Email Address

Muhammad Toseef

Senior Software Engineer
CS, Namal College Mianwali

BESE (Namal College)
Email Address

Muhammad Hammad

Research Assistant
CS, Namal College Mianwali

BSCS (Namal College)
Email Address

Ameer Abdullah

Student Researcher
CS, Namal College Mianwali

BSCS (Namal College)
Email Address

Najaf Khan

Student Researcher
CS, Namal College Mianwali

BSCS (Namal College)
Email Address

Sanaullah Khan

Student Researcher
CS, Namal College Mianwali

BSCS (Namal College)
Email Address

Muhammad Tayyab

Student Researcher
CS, Namal College Mianwali

BSCS (Namal College)
Email Address

Muhammad Shahid

Student Researcher
CS, LUMS

MSCS (LUMS)
Email Address

Collaborations


 

 

 

 

Contact

Rural and Agriculture Informatics Lab (RAIL)
Namal College, 30KM, Talagang Road,
Mianwali, Pakistan

Tel: +92 459 236995 Ext. 126