Virtual reality (VR) headsets can be used to simulate natural environments for animals in captivity.
Wearable technology such as fitness trackers can help monitor the health and activity levels of pets.
Automated feeders and waterers allow for easier and more consistent feeding schedules for pets.
GPS tracking devices can help owners locate lost pets or monitor the movements of wildlife.
Smart collars equipped with cameras and speakers can allow owners to interact with their pets remotely.
Animal-friendly drones can be used to monitor wildlife populations or provide enrichment for captive animals.
Robotic toys can provide stimulation and entertainment for pets, such as a robotic fish for cats to "hunt".
Animal-specific apps can help owners track their pet's medical history, diet, and exercise routines.
Biometric sensors can monitor vital signs and health indicators for animals, allowing for earlier detection of health issues.
Augmented reality (AR) technology can be used to create interactive experiences for animals, such as projecting images for them to interact with.