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‘It’s a rain gauge for disease’ : An Otago-based company’s AI-assisted technology has a trove of applications
Drench resistance in sheep can be a $98 million problem. Farmers should stop over-relying on drench to kill parasites, but rather manage their pastures and control the amount of parasites on it.
Increasing drench resistance a growing problem on NZ farms. A key factor in the dramatic failure of commonly used triple drenches is that these are not effective on 27% of New Zealand sheep farms.
NO MORE PARASITES. Techion collaborates with AI developer, Aware to boost production, savings and sustainability on farm.
The New Zealand sheep industry is being robbed of almost $100 million a year because of undetected drench resistance, according to research from Techion, the company that has developed FECPAKG2.
Tech takes 'guesswork' out of mussel farming. A new technology platform has been designed in Dunedin to support one of New Zealand’s most valuable seafood exports.
FECPAKG2 customer generate over 30,000 sheep FEC samples a year, providing unrivalled data to analyse seasonal and regional variances in parasite levels across NZ.
Undetected drench resistance is costing the NZ sheep sector almost $50 million a year — and it may only get worse.
Techion Group has taken in around $5 million in funding so far to develop a technology that allows microscopic images of very small things to be captured and then transmitted over the cloud for analysis.
Agricultural technology company Techion has cornered an international market. Greg Mirams, explained how the internet of things and fast fibre broadband has transformed the way he does business.
A Dunedin company has developed new technology that could make diagnosising a major public health problem easier.
An Invermay-based agtech company that rose from the ashes of the 2007-08 global financial crisis has reinvented itself with a revolutionary design of an online diagnostic tool to monitor parasites in livestock.