Wow! That was easy.
Peeva is about making the transfer of information as quick and easy as possible.
I'd say we're off to a pretty good start.
A beta test simply means our veterinary partners are working with us by giving us regular feedback and suggestions as we pilot our technology in their hospitals. We have been tweaking our technology accordingly to make our solution the best it can be before we unveil it to the rest of the world.
By partnering with leading organizations in the veterinary space such as Vet Data and NVA, Peeva is already by far the most comprehensive database on the planet.
Veterinarians can give pet owners peace of mind that they will receive instant notification of their pet’s location in the event that their pet ever winds up lost and by using the veterinary administration access level, the veterinarian will have instant access to their medical records at any in network Peeva veterinary hospital in the United States and Canada.
What is being beta tested?
Our Central Registry and Pet portal and a range of hardware and firmware.
What is Peeva?
Peeva is the most effective way to ensure pet owners will be reunited with their lost pets. Our technology makes scanning for microchips the standard operating procedure for veterinary professionals by making the transfer of information quicker and easier which ensures microchips will be scanned and read.
Who developed the technology?
Peeva’s technology was developed initially in joint collaboration with researchers at the University at Buffalo’s Graduate Departments of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering. more
Peeva now employs Graduates from these programs and a team of more seasoned engineers.
Peeva has complete ownership over all IP
All patents are pending or under exclusive license.
Aren’t there already Universal Scanners?
There is no TRULY universal scanner. The leading microchip company in the US, AVID actually encrypts their microchips to ensure they can not be read by any other brands scanner. Peeva has figured out how to decrypt those microchips with our various prototypes.
Aren't there already Central Registries?
1. AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup
The AAHA universal pet microchip lookup tool, for example, requires that the microchip also is registered with the primary registry of the brand of microchip that the pet was implanted with. It also puts the onus on the pet owner to register with the AAHA tool directly. Pet owners are not aware of the lack of standardization issue that Peeva is resolving in the first place, so it should never be assumed a microchip is not registered if it can not be found in the lookup tool.
The look up tool does not provide the pet owner’s contact information. It provides the name of the primary registry the microchip is registered with only. Then that registry needs to be called. The look up tool does not aggregate data from the various registries of the various microchip companies all competing for market share. That is a big part of the data problem peeva is resolving.
In conclusion, the pet microchip lookup tool is far from comprehensive
2. FREE online central registries
There are numerous free central registries that can be found online, but they can actually compound the pet problem as anyone can register a microchip ID with no proof of ownership. These are also simply devices to collect data that can be sold to various organizations for marketing and spam purposes.
3. Paid Central Registries
Every microchip company would like to have a central registry, but neither of those registries are willing to share their data with other registries. That is also a BIG part of the data problem.