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AGCO’s GSI & GrainViz Brand Partnership

GSI, a core brand of AGCO (NYSE: AGCO), and 151 Research announced an exclusive technology partnership to improve grain quality by changing the way grain is monitored and managed. The initial offering will bring growers and commercial operators advanced insight into the moisture content of each individual bushel of grain in a steel storage bin.

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GrainViz System

Using proven medical imaging technology, GrainViz provides you with real-time insight of all bushels within your bin.

The GrainViz system can be used to not only detect early signs of spoilage, but to condition crop carefully and accurately, potentially enabling an earlier and higher quality harvest.

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Award Winning Technology

The GrainViz system received a 2018 AE50 award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

Today's AE50 winners include machines, systems, components, software and services ranked highest in innovation, significant engineering advancement and impact for the markets they serve.

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Benefits

Maximize the return on your harvest.

Accuracy of drying allows for weeks of earlier harvest. This results in grain quality improvement (higher protein and oil percentages).

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Never see spoilage again.

Detect spoilage before it occurs through our detailed imaging reports.

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Save 20-30% of your energy consumption.

Save money on energy costs through optimized conditioning (moisture readings combined with local weather station data).

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News

AGCO’s GSI & GrainViz Brand Partnership

December 12, 2018

GSI, a core brand of AGCO (NYSE: AGCO), and 151 Research announced an exclusive technology partnership to improve grain quality by changing the way grain is monitored and managed.

GrainViz: Like an MRI of your stored grain

November 20, 2018

What if you could take a scan of your grain bin and know the condition of each bushel inside that bin? And what if you could do this even if the bin held 500,000 or even a million bushels?

‘The ideas keep getting better’ for Agri-Trade’s innovations program

November 1, 2018 Jill Burkhardt

GrainViz’s origins go back to breast cancer research done at the University of Manitoba. When a grain storage research professor saw the technology, he asked the research team if they could employ it for grain storage.


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