Metron has developed an AI energy platform to help industrial factories become energy transparent. By harnessing multiple sources of data generated by industrial systems, METRON Energy Virtual Assistant leverages the latest machine learning capabilities and dedicated knowledge bases to proactively identify energy savings opportunities, connect to decentralized energy resources and turn energy into a profit centre.
Breed Reply, a leading active operational investor in early-stage Internet of Things (IoT) businesses, has today announced two new investments,
CageEye and ubirch. The companies have secured a total of €5.8 million in funding, including this investment round, since they were launched.
Why does a dairy farmer need AI?
Breed Reply, a leading active operational investor in early-stage Internet of Things (IoT) businesses, has increased its investment in Dutch AgriTech company, Connecterra, as part of a significant Series A funding round.
Award-winning Dutch startup Connecterra has secured a significant Series A round investment for its AI-powered Dairy Farmers Assistant “Ida” and won a significant EU subsidy, ensuring further growth and innovation for the company.
Cows residing at Hart Agriculture’s Seven Oaks Dairy farm in Waynesboro, Georgia are ready for the spotlight as they’re currently sporting the latest artificial intelligence technology.
On a small rural dairy farm in Waynesboro, Ga., dairy cows roam with trackers that use artificial intelligence technology, thanks to the help of a Netherlands startup and engineers at Google.
Yasir Khokhar, Connecterra CEO, Talking Business with Aaron Heslehurst on BBC World News.
Yasir Khokhar is on a mission to digitise farming.
When he says he started Connecterra after a problem ‘stared him right in the face’, he’s talking literally.
The concept of the “smart cow” might sound like an oxymoron, but the rapid development of internet of things (IoT) technology has ushered in an era when even the world’s largest companies are talking about the “connected cow” with a straight face.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports the latest from The World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in Burlingame, California.
Startup activity in food and agriculture technology is growing dramatically; at AgFunder we’ve come across over 5k companies since 2014.
With a tagline ‘fitbit for cows’, this Amsterdam based startup had our attention right from the early start.
Before winning the Web Summit pitch competition last week, not many people had heard of ‘fitbit for cows’ startup Connecterra.
Connecterra, a Dutch animal health monitoring technology company, has raised $1.8 million in seed funding.
Yes, the time of the connected cow has just started!