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GSI selects mnubo for IoT data insights to boost productivity and profitability for poultry producers
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GSI selects mnubo for IoT data insights to boost productivity and profitability for poultry producers

Posted by Zenobia HegdeApril 7, 2016

GSI (Grain Systems Inc.), a global brand of AGCO, one of the world’s manufacturers of grain and protein agribusiness solutions, announced its partnership with mnubo, the Internet of Things (IoT) Data Analytics company, to deliver data insights to swine and poultry operations. GSI’s EDGE™ controllers allow protein producers to manage all control applications from breeding to gestation, farrowing and finishing.

1459950656600Now with mnubo’s SmartObjects™ cloud-based platform, GSI will enable producers to benefit from real-time actionable intelligence from the EDGE™ such as on-demand visualisations of farm health, optimisation of resources as well as predictive trends for proactive planning.

GSI’s mission is to deliver quality products and innovation that maximise the ROI for producers. By integrating with mnubo’s purpose-built IoT platform, GSI empowers producers with valuable data insights – boosting productivity and profitability.download

Frederic Bastien, CEO, mnubo

Frederic Bastien, CEO, mnubo

“This partnership with mnubo will propel our protein technology solutions to enable data-driven decision making for producers,” stated Adam Weiss, director of Protein Technology at GSI. “mnubo’s out-of-the-box insights and suite of analytics libraries allowed GSI to deliver enhanced customer value within a few weeks of integration – accelerating time-to-insight with immediate ROI to producers.”

“The landscape and dynamics of the agribusiness is changing at an unprecedented rate. GSI’s commitment to use analytics to drive innovation is key to improving production and optimising resources,” said Frederic Bastien, CEO of mnubo. “This collaboration combines GSI’s extensive industry experience with mnubo’s unique ability to create business value from agro sensor data – making the agribusiness smarter.”

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