The Smart Warehouse is a unique IoT solution developed by SGS for monitoring grain conditions, helping to mitigate multiple long-term storage risks such as insect activity and mildew growth. According to the FAO, annual spoilage of grains harvested worldwide is over 20%, and up to 30% in developing countries.
Maintaining optimal storage conditions is a surprisingly complex puzzle as conditions inside big stockpiles of grains and oilseeds are hard to monitor. Our Smart Warehouse sensors are designed for placement inside the stored products to enable accurate online monitoring of temperature, grain moisture, relative humidity and CO2 levels. This allows for early detection of possible spoilage, with wireless monitoring possible at a depth of up to 11 meters. Smart Warehouse enables clients to take timely corrective actions, such as aerating, turning, selling or fumigating their grains, helping to reduce grain losses and preserve long-term value.
To examine the challenges of long-term grain storage, and how digital innovations such as Smart Warehouse technology can make it less risky, more sustainable and more profitable.
- Risks related to grain storage
- The parameters that determine safe storage time
- How Smart Warehouse works
- Actionable data analytics
- An update on developing solutions related to smart warehousing
Gennadiy Shulga, Vice President Global Business Development
The webinar is aimed at all organizations involved in grains storage, processing and trade.
Cost: No Charge
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