2022 ACPV Workshop 

April 3, 2022 
Vancouver, BC Canada

Sensor Data and Analytics for Poultry Health, Welfare, and Food Safety 
Program Chair:  Dr. Edgar O. Oviedo-Rondón, Co-Chair:  Dr. Rocio Crespo, Fundraising Chair: Dr. Tina Wang 


The 2022 ACPV hybrid workshop offers an opportunity for poultry veterinarians to gain knowledge of some of the technologies available to monitor areas such as health status, disease prevention, improving animal welfare, and food safety. Participants will have access to 6 modules of the 32-module course developed by Anpro Campus titled, Data Analytics for the Poultry and Swine Industries. The course is self-paced, interactive, and virtual.  The modules will provide a short overview of data analytic techniques.

Introduction to Data Analytics
1. M2. Identifying potential root causes
2. M4. Data visualization and graphics
3. M8. Data preparation for analysis
4. M26. Logistic regression
5. M28. Decision trees
6. M29. Neural Networks

The live program will be held in conjunction with the Western Poultry Disease Conference in Vancouver, Canada on April 3, 2022.

For additional attendee resources, visit the Vancouver Tourism Official Website for the 2022 ACPV Workshop: 2022 ACPV Workshop | Destination Vancouver

To Register

Registration Fees: 

ACPV member: $150.00 

Non-member: $175.00 

Student: $40.00 

To Make Your Reservation

Book your hotel room by March 3, 2022 to receive the group rate. 

ACPV Designated Hotel 

Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown 
1128 West Hastings Street 
Vancouver, BC V6E 4R5 

To Become a Sponsor

We hope you will consider supporting the 2022 ACPV Virtual Hybrid Workshop. Sponsors will receive exposure in messaging before the workshop, at the live portion of the workshop and on the ACPV learning management site. 

COVID-19 Safety & Travel Restrictions

We are closely monitoring the CDC regulations and updates for international travel. 

8:00 AM

Introduction: Sensors, Data Analytics for Poultry Health and Welfare.

Edgar O. Oviedo

8:40 AM

Sensors for Monitoring Health. Making Sense of Sensors Based on Big Data in Poultry Production.

Suresh Neethirajan

9:20 AM

Experiences with Sensors in Poultry Biosecurity.

Jean Pierre Vaillancourt

10:00 AM

Coffee Break


10:15 AM

Panel Discussion: Companies Providing Perspective in Data Analytics


11:50 AM

Lunch on Your Own


1:00 PM

Data Challenges and Practical Aspects of Machine Learning-based Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Poultry Data.

Maurice Pitesky

1:40 PM

Modeling for Infectious Bronchitis and Salmonella.

Gustavo Machado

2:20 PM

Coffee Break


2:30 PM

Analysis and Use of Diagnostic and Monitoring Data. 

Jose Linares

3:10 PM

Data Management and Data Minded for Poultry Food Safety.

Joe Heinzelmann

3:45 PM