Friday August 6th, 2021 (SASKATOON, SK) Adaptive Agriculture Solutions Inc. (“Adaptive Ag”), a Canadian Agriculture Technology company, is pleased to announce the release of its “Bins+” feature on its Adaptive Agriculture Web Application Platform. The Bins+ feature allows users to create digital grain bins, track grain inventory, collaborate with additional users, add notes, and view a detailed history of all changes.
Adaptive Ag is best known for its thermostatically controlled in-bin grain drying system that uses its patented adapter plate transitions on aeration fans.
The company’s technology has progressed in producing a series of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors attached to a grain bin to improve grain drying efficiencies through computer automation that turns any grain bin into an efficient grain drying and conditioning system.
The Bindapt+ and Bindapt+ PRO are smart controller devices that monitor the sensors within a grain bin.
Existing Bindapt+ device users can log in to the Bins+ platform to create a digital “smart bin” that will display real-time data of all connected sensors. Bins+ also helps farmers without smart sensors manage their bin yards.
Adaptive Ag users can measure Plenum Temperature, Humidity, Static Pressure, In Bin Grain Cables, the Binstick, Headspace C02 Sensors, and Headspace Distance Sensing (LIDAR) Devices. Adaptive Ag is continuously developing new tools, software, and products for the agriculture industry and others.
The Bins+ software allows three “Bin Modes”, which include drying, cool-down, and storage. The system will use bin-data to automate the grain conditioning process while also providing an estimated time for completion.
The easy-to-use web app will keep everyone on the farm up to date without complex spreadsheets, whiteboards, or expensive software. Connecting a smart device to your grain bin(s) turns any bin into a smart bin that can be controlled and monitored from a desktop or mobile device.
Adaptive Agriculture has received two AgTech Innovation Awards at Manitoba Ag Days in 2020 & 2021. The Saskatchewan company started as a means of assisting the farming community in solving problems and continues to develop tools to support farmers during challenging times.
For more information, please call Steve Rogoschewsky at 1-306-850-1259.
To log into the Bins+ system, please visit: