The HEALTHWATCHER project developed by PigCHAMP in collaboration with the Canadian company Be Seen Be Safe, has obtained the EUREKA Certificate.
Easing the balance between maintaining high biosecurity standards and ease of use for vignerons will play a key role in determining the future of pest and disease software in vineyards.
Software initially developed to safeguard the Canadian poultry industry is being trialled by Australian wineries to help keep pests and diseases out of premium vineyards.
Be Seen Be Safe is a unique application designed for use in agriculture to help stop disease spread in agricultural communities.
In the event that a livestock disease hits, quick action is required to contain the outbreak.
Controlling spread of poultry disease can be aided through the use of the internet and smartphone-based technology.
Two Innovation Guelph clients receive Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence.
Farmers use drones and data to boost crop yields.
How do you prevent a minor livestock disease outbreak from becoming a full-scale epidemic? New tracking software from a Guelph-based company may hold the answer.
Episode 29 of the Ontario Agri-Food Technologies (OAFT) video series Game Changers in Agriculture profiles Be Seen Be Safe of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Satellites and smart phones are poised to deliver a new level of biosecurity that could keep farmers one step ahead of disease.
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