PAMI and WESTEST are in the initial phase of developing a mobile sensor that can wirelessly transmit real-time data from the grain bin to a mobile phone. The sensor, small enough to fit in the palm of a hand, will be able to measure relative humidity, temperature and air motion and calculate moisture content throughout the bin to provide farmers with a unique solution for monitoring spoilage. Its small size and shape will allow the sensor to be fed into bins through grain conveying equipment to monitor grain health and measure temperature at a large number of random locations within the bin.
- PAMI-WESTEST mobile sensor to monitor spoilage in grain bins set to demo at Ag In Motion
- Engineering Technologist (CAD Team Leader)
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- PAMI researcher is presenting at international mycotoxin conference in the Netherlands
- PAMI Tackles Technology Integration In Farm Machinery
- Do you own a Massey Ferguson TO35, 35, 130, 135, 150, 230, or 235 tractor with NO roll over protection system (ROPS)? We want to hear from you!
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- ‘Looking Ahead in Ag Tech’ – A PAMI Presentation at the KAP Annual Meeting
- PAMI machinery experts are at the Crop Production Show in Saskatoon, SK January 8 to 11.
- PAMI Working To Improve Pulse Crop Storage And Profitability