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In our increasingly interconnected world, ensuring food safety is more crucial than ever. As highlighted by the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) in their excellent paper, technology is the linchpin of a new era in food traceability. And at the forefront of this movement is our own work, leveraging the power of artificial…

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The Mississippi River, a vital conduit for U.S. grain exports, is facing severe water level reductions for the second consecutive year due to ongoing drought conditions. This issue is disrupting the grain harvests and shipping activities, leaving many farmers in a lurch. Technology to the rescue? According to Mike Steenhoek, executive director of the Soy…

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As the agricultural sector hurtles towards a more tech-driven future, the job isn’t just about producing; it’s about predicting. Centaur’s state-of-the-art Internet-of-Crops® platform transforms real-time data into actionable insights, ensuring your grain remains at optimal quality. Our sophisticated software detects and warns against potential spoilage well in advance, allowing for timely interventions. By analyzing temperature,…

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Climate change is affecting all human activities with agriculture, hence the production of food and beverages, facing a good number

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning methodologies have already proven game-changers in many industries.

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USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ars.usda.gov), the leading Ag research institute for post-harvest science, used and validated Centaur’s Internet-Of-Crops™ platform and wireless sensors at their Manhattan, Kansas research facility. A recently published article presents the study which focuses on digital monitoring of fumigation on wheat grain, stored in metal bins. Centaur is pleased to be part…

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 It has been established with laboratory and field trials that spoiling grain produces higher CO2 levels compared to good quality grain. This is usually

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