Adaptive Agriculture is looking for a few good people to join our team!
The ideal candidate would have the following Qualifications:
Education, College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma from a program of 1 year to 2 years
Write specifications; Assemble and Calibrate electronic equipment and instruments; Assist in building and testing prototypes to specifications; Assist in design, development and testing; Assist in inspecting, testing and adjusting electronic components; Collect and compile operational or experimental data; Set up and operate specialized and standard test equipment to diagnose, test and analyze the performance of electrical and electronic components, assemblies and electronic systems.
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
Fast-paced environment; Work under pressure; Attention to detail; Tight deadlines
Basic Computer and Technology Knowledge
Initiative; Effective interpersonal skills; Team player; Values and ethics; Organized
We have a few openings, Flexible part time or full time, week day, evening and or weekend work available, immediate start date.
Farm background is preferred, but not required. College (SIAST / SASK POLY, or EQUIV) is preferred.
Email your resume to email@example.com today!
Wednesday July 17 2019 (Saskatoon, SK)
Adaptive Agriculture Solutions Inc (“Adaptive Ag”), a Canadian Agriculture technology company, has announced the unveiling of its new smart grain bin controller “Bindapt+” at the Ag in Motion outdoor farm Expo today. Bindapt+ is an advanced heater control system that allows the adaptation of indirect fired heaters for the purpose of adding supplemental heat to grain bins, aiding the grain drying process. Bindapt+ offers a significant web based improvement on Adaptive Ag’s original “Bindapt” thermostat that falls into its Internet of Things (“IOT”) products and solutions for 2019.
Adaptive Ag is recognized as part of the Innovations Program celebrating the latest innovations in the Saskatchewan Agriculture industry for being a company with a new technology to assist farmers.
“We are excited in the evolution to Bindapt+ from our Bindapt Line of grain drying solutions," says lead product developer Dustin Maki. “The Bindapt+ controller allows the user to see and control the heater in real time on their smartphone and computer by reading static pressure values of any aeration fan, and couple it with the correct amount of safe heat. The Bindapt+ system also allows the farmer to plug into standard moisture and heat grain monitoring cables to tell the farmer when the grain is dry.“
The efficiencies of the new Bindapt+ IOT line allow realtime data analysis in a customized grain drying solution based on the type of grain and conditions inside the bin. The Bindapt+ system can be positioned for continuous grain monitoring year round.
Adaptive Ag is also showcasing their universally adaptable Bin Transition Aeration fan Adapter Plates and custom engineered ductwork at the show which made them popular for the 2018 harvest. Adaptive Ag is accepting pre-orders of its IOT devices at the Ag in Motion Expo to prepare for the 2019 harvest in the upcoming months. For more information about Adaptive Agriculture Solutions website please visit them online at
We are incredibly honored that Adaptive Agriculture is a finalist for Ag in Motion Innovations Program presented by TD Canada Trust in partnership with SREDA - Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority!😁
Our team is excited to be up for 'New Agriculture Equipment Award', and are proud to offer Bindapt - a technology to assist farmers and agriculture professionals with their grain drying process.
Congrats to ALL the finalists who are working diligently to advance the Saskatchewan Agriculture Industry!
If you are on Facebook, please feel free to reach out to our team. Everyone has put in a lot of effort getting us prepared for the show, and even being considered for an award is truly awe inspiring.
We are excited to announce that we will be at Ag in Motion July 16-18 just north of Saskatoon, Sk (Langham area).
The Ag in Motion show features over 500 exhibitors on 200 acres within an extremely interactive setting, in the heart of the Prairies.
Come check us out at the FCC tent. For more information about our booth and the show visit this link:
We will have special prizes and announcements at the show so stay tuned!
If you are coming in from out of town and wish to pickup Custom Engineering heater ducting for aeration, Heater parts, Adapter plate Aeration fan transitions, or thermostats for your Flagro or Frost Fighter heater pre-order now, and we can get your order ready for pickup at the show!
Previously posted from our other site, "theheaterguy.ca":
Its Below zero, we get many questions regarding if its too cold to dry grain? We have many farmers successfully drying grain from -13 to + 25 degrees Celsius. The key is making sure you have enough heat available, in combination with the ability to control the exact amount of heat necessary to hit the optimal heat settings depending on the type of grain, size of fan, and airflow going through the bin. Every drying scenerio is different, from what type of grain is in the bin, what is the moisture content of the grain, bin size, air flow , fan HP and CFM rate, how much grain in the bin, outside air temp, outside ari humidity, etc. Feel free to contact us for more info.
Ask us about our patent pending universal Aeration bin adapters that attach to any aeration fan. See adapter and thermostat on our website. Call or email us for more information and grain drying tips and charts today. Yes, we can help you get the correct combination of heat and airflow into the bin, and yes you can dry in this weather!