An animal’s gait is linked to its energetics, behavior, and physical well-being. This section discusses when to use gait analysis, best practices/caveats to consider when evaluating the results, and examples in related literature.
Animal feeding behavior varies to an extreme degree between different species. This section evaluates how dynamics, acoustics, and location within the environment can all play a part in feeding behavior analysis, and discusses which computation methods are helpful dependent on the animal type or the habitat it occupies.
Tracking an animal gives valuable insights into how an animal interacts with and is affected by its environment. This section discusses what type of localization methods are useful in different scenarios, the caveats of each, and the application-specific hardware considerations necessary for this analysis.