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AgriDry (GSI / AGCO)

Amber Ag

Company Info: https://www.amber.ag Claim: “Powered by a pellet - INTRODUCING THE WORLD'S FIRST KERNEL-LIKE GRAIN SENSOR” Home Office:  Chicago, Illinois Phone:  401-307-3737 (Lucas Frye) Related Product Info.: These guys have promoted a throw-in sensor but continue to not market the technology. Would see if they are running pilots on these if you like. wireless sensors transmits back to app idea is to track grain through supply chain “Amber Agriculture technology is rolled out in batches over time.”

Blake Hurst

Centaur

Leveraging global post-harvest expertise and military-grade technology into agriculture, Centaur’s grain monitoring system watches over the entire grain mass for any quality problems - including in the center of the bin and all areas prone to hotspots. Remotely monitor grain storage assets Minimize risk of premium losses due to quality More efficient use of time Reduced electricity costs for aeration Achieve premium pricing with identity preservation Peace of mind

Grain Probe - GrainPatrol

Grain Storage Sensors

The ask was for a throw-away sensor that could be added to the grain as it is placed in storage. Basically wanted a cheap, reliable grain storage montitoring system.

GrainViz (GSI / AGCO)

System Features: View real-time complete moisture content of every bushel Identify the exact weight of the crop in your bin Integrate data with existing precision agriculture platforms 24/7 portal access including SMS updates (text alerts) and email notification Receive live value predictions based on local pricing information Save money on energy costs through optimized conditioning (moisture readings combined with local weather station data) Avoid the risk of drying on the field through your ability to control conditioning Accuracy of drying allows for weeks of earlier harvest Grain quality improvement as a result of harvesting earlier Higher protein and oil percentages These ...

Louis McCarthy

Brewer Science

OPI (Advanced Grain Storage Management)

OPI Blue Remote Grain Storage Management The future of grain storage management. Remote access to mobile or desktop devices—anywhere, anytime. Timely in-bin grain storage data will update directly to your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer with automatic 24/7 monitoring and alerts. Remote control of your fans, up to 80% reduction in run-time* Weather station integration assists with fan control. OPI’s weather station provides reliable information about the ambient temperature and relative humidity conditions and then calculates the Equilibrium Moisture Content. Hourly grain temperature and moisture readings. Grain inventory levels. Ability to view bins and multiple sites in a ...

Ryan Moss

Brewer Science

Skyway Grain Systems

The entire system consists of a hand-held monitor and SmartSnap cables. SmartSnap cables are the backbone of the StorMax Temperature Monitoring System. Each cable is equipped with its own unique address. This digital intelligence makes it possible to interconnect a large amount of cables for one stop data collection. The cables are easy to install because of the two-pin connector system. The cables snap together easliy with no wiring or special tools required. The cables are fully modular and can adapt to any storage configuration and still leave room for future expansion. The StorMax monitor collects all of the data ...

TeleSense

TeleSense is leading the post-harvest data revolution. With our suite of advanced grain sensors, it is our mission to make grain storage profitable again by providing grain operators with actionable alerts about their stored grain, sent right to their smartphone or laptop through the TeleSense cloud-based app.   Company Info: https://www.telesense.com/sensor-balls Claim: “Leading the Agricultural Data Revolution” Home Office:  Sunnyvale, California, USA Phone: (833) 472-4600  Related Product Info.: the sensor balls seem to be close to what you were saying about tossing a sensor in with the grain as you load ...

TRI-STATES Grain Conditioning, Inc.

Grain temperature monitoring is critical. When grain goes out of condition, regardless of the cause, there is always an unusual change in temperature. Excessive moisture, high temperature, and poor grain condition (insects or damaged kernels) are generally considered the most important factors that lead to problems with stored grain. Monitoring the temperature of grain (watching for changing trends) on a regular basis gives the manager the best chance to make a correction when a temperature change is occurring, preserving good quality in grain. Knowing the temperature of the grain also makes it possible for the fans to be run only ...