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System Considerations when Monitoring Bin Levels in the Grain Industry
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System Considerations when Monitoring Bin Levels in the Grain Industry

The grain industry faces many challenges in managing inventory in large bins where a single vessel may hold a million bushels, making "binventory" crucial to the profitability of an operation. This white paper discusses how continuous-level sensors can be sued for accurate inventory management for local or company-wide monitoring. The are various options available for data reporting, including cloud-based applications, software, consoles, and automated text and email alerts. Learn about matching the right type of sensor for your operation for bins large and small, plus how point-level indicators can be applied for affordable high and low-level alert conditions. 

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Bin level measurement transformed by IOT
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Bin level measurement transformed by IOT

Many feed mills, grain storage facilities, and pet food plants are big in size and small on staff. Making bin inventory management available anywhere anytime enables people to be more efficient in their jobs. Today, a simple log into a website using an app or Software as a Service program puts real-time data in front of people who need it to make timely decisions. Improvements in processing efficiency, ordering, and delivery schedules, eliminating material shortages, and reducing carrying costs are just a few of the benefits of monitoring bin levels while on-site or off-premises. Automated alerts via text or email allow for proactive actions that can add to a mill’s bottom line.

Support future of agriculture with technology at Iowa State
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Support future of agriculture with technology at Iowa State

Thirty non-contact radar level sensors and BinCloud® software for monitoring grain bin levels will be integrated into the engineering and feed technology complex. BinMaster is donating the equipment to Iowa State, following in the footsteps of other private donors helping to build the $21.2 million facility.

South American Agriculture Adopts Technology
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South American Agriculture Adopts Technology

The dangers of agriculture occur throughout the world. It is a challenging profession.

Brazil, for example, began keeping more detailed statistics on agro-industrial accidents starting in 1969. It was disclosed that nearly 18% of all industrial workers (that includes agriculture) suffered accidents. Preventive measures helped reduce that to 3.84% in 1984.

Research, in the U.S., shows that 70% of silo or bin entrapments happen on smaller family farms. While South American statistics are not available for this type of injury, it’s safe to make the comparison.


Internet of Things in Agriculture
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Internet of Things in Agriculture

Using a phone to shut your garage, turn on lights, adjust a thermostat or even connect a car radio to play Spotify, you’re engaged in Internet of Things (IoT). Businesses are quickly getting on board with IoT to save time, share data and enhance decisions. BinMaster creates systems based on IoT. BinMaster sensors gather data on bulk inventory, send data to a cloud-based application called BinCloud which can be accessed by multiple people for production, purchasing and planning purposes.

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