Tag Archives: grain storage

TeleSense acquires Webstech to extend into European market

TeleSense, an IoT technology innovator providing solutions to improve grain storage, announced the acquisition of Webstech, a Danish wireless sensor technology company with a strong European user base. With the acquisition, TeleSense now has access to the largest remote-sensed dataset in the world and can offer current customers a complete suite of proven sensor technologies built to work in grain …

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Warehouse pests cause 30 percent product loss

Serdar Aziret, Bayer Marketing Manager: “We provide efficient solutions in rodent control in addition to pest and rhubarb fight for the food industry and particularly companies in Horeca. When we look at the factory floor, meaning storages in which crops are stored, we develop solutions to keep organisms that we name as warehouse pests under control. After the harvest, it is …

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Mycotoxins in grain: Can we predict and avoid their development?

“In-depth knowledge and understanding of silo microclimate is crucial. An efficient method for tackling this is through the combination of field measurements and computer simulation based on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models. CFD is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical analysis and data structures to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows and heat transfer. Fast computers …

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EU grain storage has improved but critical bottlenecks remain

The storage capacity for cereals, oilseed complex and protein crops in the EU has risen to 359 million tonnes since 2005, but there are still bottlenecks in the system, mainly related to capacity issues, that could impact the sector as a whole. These are the main findings of a study on grain storage in the European Union, commissioned by the …

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