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AgweekTV's Ag Tech Minute: Intelligent Ag Solutions

In this week's Ag Tech Minute, we look at Intelligent Ag Solutions. It's a Fargo company dedicated to helping growers use the latest technology to get the most out of their equipment.

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In this week's Ag Tech Minute, we look at Intelligent Ag Solutions. It's a Fargo company dedicated to helping growers use the latest technology to get the most out of their equipment.

 

Joe Heilman: We take the approach of helping to make your equipment the best it can be, without having to go and buy a whole new piece of machinery or change the whole operation.

We will break new ground in new spaces in agriculture over the coming years.

We were the first to introduce a mobile device interface to a piece of equipment in farming. In 2012, we had our first product introduction, the Recon wireless blockage and flow monitor, to help monitor the flow through an air seeder using acoustics and no electronics in the sensor to fail. These things are in really harsh conditions, so we went and said no electronics in the sensor, and we've been able to accomplish a lot with that technology.

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We're out there every day giving farmers peace of mind that their product is getting into the right spot in the ground, or they're not wasting product. We're saving money and removing stress. It's a nice thing to be able to contribute to that community and that mindset of productive farming.

 

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