Former Saskatchewan Premier, Dr. Grant Devine has joined Intelliconn Communication Solutions Inc.’s advisory team. “We are pleased that Dr. Devine has chosen to advise us” says Ken Jackson, Intelliconn’s CEO. “I have always admired his vision for Saskatchewan and the agriculture sector. Intelliconn has enormous potential and we need people with the vision and experience to help us realize this potential”.

While Dr. Devine is most recognized for his two terms as Premier of Saskatchewan, he has many other accomplishments in academia and business. He has received the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, is a Fellow of the Canadian Order of Agriculture and a member of Agriculture Hall of Fame. He recently moved to Saskatoon from the 5,000 acre farm and ranch he has owned and operated since the mid-seventies. “Efficient communication and movement of data in and out of the farm is crucial to successful, profitable, farming”, says Dr. Devine. “Intelliconn has a unique product set that helps keep you connected, and in the driver’s seat, to efficiently run your farm.”

Intelliconn is a Saskatoon-based company that provides long-range Wi-Fi and remote monitoring and control solutions for rural customers. Products like cameras, temperature and water sensors, and remote power controls, improve safety, security, manageability, and profitability for rural-based individuals and businesses. “People that live outside of urban areas have an even greater need for these types of products than urban dwellers, but access has been very limited due product suitability, access, and support”, says Jackson.

A next generation long-range Wi-Fi product is a key aspect of what Intelliconn offers. Wi-Fi, which is crucial to connecting most devices today, traditionally doesn’t have the range required for outdoor applications. Intelliconn’s long-range Wi-Fi and wireless Ethernet products can cost-effectively provide Wi-Fi coverage over kilometres of area.

“Although our products have a strong technology foundation and fit under the Internet of Things (IoT) products category,” says Jackson, “we try to avoid using the “T” word (technology). Our goal is to provide simple, easy to use solutions, that enhance quality of life and peace of mind. We’ve built Intelliconn based on a business model similar to that of Apple and Nest, who have amazing technology, but make it easy to use”.

Intelliconn is located in Innovation Place in Saskatoon. Their website is Intelliconn.com.

Contact:
Ken Jackson
402 - 15 Innovation Boulevard
Saskatoon, SK Canada
S7N 2X8

intelliconn.com
1.888.284.0112

We will be at the Farm Progress Show in Regina, Saskatchewan from June 20th to June 23rd.

At our booth we’ll have many of the solutions that we provide and you can talk to our team about how our products improve farm safety, security, manageability, and profitability.

You will also be able to take a quick survey for your chance to win a high-definition camera.

See you at the show!

Saskatoon, SK - Intelliconn announces that Brad Martin has joined Intelliconn’s ACCEs™ (Advanced Communications & Control Experts) team in western Canada.

Brad has an extensive background in sales and business development, spending the last 22 years working in both Canada and the United States ag markets. He has twice been awarded a national sales award for growth in his respective territory. Brad is a graduate of Assiniboine Community College, with a major in marketing, and has recently completed a digital marketing designation thru the NAA (National Auctioneers Association). He will also lead the development of international sales markets.

"Brad brings a wealth of experience to the ACCE team. His proven track record will be a big asset as we continue to grow.” said Intelliconn’s CEO, Ken Jackson.

ACCEs operate semi-independently, supporting Intelliconn’s dealers and working directly with customers when more complex long-range Wi-Fi and remote monitoring and control solutions are required.

Intelliconn increases profitability, safety, and security through better wireless Internet access, remote monitoring and control of property, facilities, and stored commodities. Their office is located at Innovation Place in Saskatoon and they distribute products throughout Canada, the United States, and Australia.

Contact:
Ken Jackson
402 - 15 Innovation Boulevard
Saskatoon, SK Canada
S7N 2X8

intelliconn.com
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1.888.284.0112

Saskatoon, SK - Intelliconn announces that Trevor Malkoske has joined Intelliconn’s ACCEs™ (Advanced Communications & Control Experts) team in western Canada.

 

Trevor has 17 years of outside sales and territory management experience with extensive knowledge and a strong background in ag marketing and ag retail sector, specializing in the western Canadian market. His education includes a Bachelor Degree in Economics, a programmer analyst certification from CDI College, and Canadian Agri Studies Inc. designations in strategic agri-marketing and marketing to the farm business sector. Trevor resides in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.   

 

Intelliconn’s CEO, Ken Jackson added, “We look forward to Trevor making an immediate impact, given his proven background in the ag sector and his deep industry knowledge.”

 

ACCEs operate semi-independently, supporting Intelliconn’s dealers and working directly with customers when more complex long-range Wi-Fi and remote monitoring and control solutions are required.  

 

Intelliconn increases profitability, safety, and security through better wireless Internet access, remote monitoring and control of property, facilities, and stored commodities. Their office is located at Innovation Place in Saskatoon and they distribute products throughout Canada, the United States, and Australia.

 

Contact:

 

Ken Jackson
402 - 15 Innovation Boulevard
Saskatoon, SK Canada
S7N 2X8

intelliconn.com
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1.888.284.0112

Intelliconn plans to launch its new ingrainTM   grain sampling and tracking product on a limited basis this fall. The ingrainTM system provides an automated, comprehensive, solution for grain sample acquisition and tracking. The Sample Acquisition Module is mounted on the end of a grain auger, conveyor, or other grain stream and acquires small cross-cut samples which are transferred to a Splitter Module where the samples are split into up to six identical samples.

The samples are collected and stored in special containers with RFID and QR codes that lets the containers be automatically identified. The system is operated by your Smartphone, with all the sample related information being relayed to the cloud, where it can be easily accessed. This product was initially developed through a joint venture between ATI Agritronics, LMC Canada and Objectified Software. Intelliconn acquired the technology in 2016 and has continued the development. Two videos showing the product concept and early prototypes are below:

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