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Braingrid launches data intelligence program for agriculture and cannabis growers

The new program allows growers to reach better conclusions on yield variances and leading indicators of pathogen risks before an actual outbreak occurs
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Braingrid is a global provider of sensor platforms for real-time data collection in precision agriculture

Braingrid Ltd (CSE:BGRD) announced Wednesday that it has launched a new low-cost data analytics program to provide growers in the agriculture and cannabis spaces with intelligence designed to boost yields and prevent pathogen outbreaks.

The new program, Braingrid Data Intelligence, will allow growers to reach better conclusions on yield variances and leading indicators of pathogen risks before an actual outbreak occurs.

READ: Braingrid adds two members to its customer solutions team

Braingrid’s plant data scientist Dr Vanesa Nielsen will lead the team responsible for producing reports to cannabis customers.

"Our customers have always struggled with having sufficient time and expertise to analyze the mountain of data surrounding each batch,” Dr Nielsen said in a statement. “Now we will do the heavy lifting for them by digging into their grow details to discover hidden gems of information showing comparative batch-to-batch variations."

The Toronto-based company is a global provider of affordable, scalable sensor platforms for real-time data collection in precision agriculture.

The technology company’s recent agreement with integration partner A&L Canada Laboratories Inc expands delivery of their tests to be part of Braingrid Data Intelligence.

The Braingrid Data Intelligence program will be showcased at the upcoming O'Cannabiz Conference & Expo in Toronto on April 25-27, 2019.

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