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Do aquafeed producers need The Internet of Things and People?

Digital services and the industrial internet of things (IIoT) are transforming processing operations with intuitive and intelligent analytical capabilities. In an increasingly connected digital world, seamless monitoring of end-to-end processing ensures consistency in product, efficient energy use and safe food production. Digital monitoring can increase product yield that impacts the bottom line, giving decision makers access to data for tracking and measuring operational success. It can improve energy savings as well as waste reduction.Many aquafeed manufacturers already have the data, sensors and controls. But why do they need the noise of IoT?

February 12, 2019

Many aquafeed manufacturers already have the data, sensors and controls. But why do they need the noise of IoT? Paul McKeithan, Head of Digital Services, Bühler Aeroglide, and a thought leader in the digital industrial revolution will begin to answer that question, along with recognizing a new buzz acronym for the \"Internet of People\" (IoP), and its value to aquafeed manufacturers in his presentation at Aquafeed Horizons 2019.

The 12th Aquafeed Horizons Conference is Aquafeed.com’s flagship technical conference for aquafeed professionals world wide. It will take place June 12, 2019, at the Cologne Exhibition Halls, (Koelnmesse), Cologne, Germany, alongside the Victam International trade show.

More details and registration at feedconferences.com. Early bird registration closes soon.



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