Intelliconn, a Saskatoon-based ag-tech company, has been awarded 1 of the 10 spots in the Silicon Valley-based THRIVE Accelerator program, being selected from almost 300 companies from over 60 countries. 

Being part of the THRIVE Accelerator program provides management education and mentoring, potential access to over $2 million in funding, and connects Intelliconn to an extensive network of partners in the agriculture, technology, and finance sector around the globe. Acceptance into the program also means Intelliconn will receive exposure at the Forbes AgTech Summit’s Demo Day in Salinas, CA this summer.

The THRIVE Accelerator program supports early stage companies from all areas of the value chain whose technologies help provide a more efficient, sustainable, and secure agriculture future. Through its annual Open Innovation and Seed Accelerator programs and its venture and advisory services, THRIVE has been helping innovative technology companies disrupt, scale, and lead in the global ag-tech market since 2014. 

“We are very pleased to be selected”, says Ken Jackson, Intelliconn’s CEO. “Not only is the THRIVE Accelerator program a tremendous opportunity to have access to and interact with the world’s most innovative agricultural technology companies, it is a major endorsement that what we are doing is very important globally. We are also pleased to be representing the Saskatchewan ag-tech sector on a global stage and leveraging the substantial capabilities we have here.” 

Intelliconn got its start in 2016 selling products that provide farm-wide wireless connectivity and remote monitoring and control solutions. Now it’s Intelliconn’s Grain Data & Analytics products, which are set to launch in 2019, that are getting increasing attention throughout the food chain globally. These products, which include ingrain™ and insight™ automatically obtain and secure detailed representative samples of cereals, oilseeds, pulses, and other commodities as they are loaded into or out of storage, or when transporting. 

The system will also measure and analyze commodity characteristics. Initially, temperature and moisture will be measured to assess grain spoilage losses. Ultimately, Intelliconn plans to measure protein, oil content, toxins, glyphosate residue, and other characteristics in real-time. This will increase revenue for producers and reduce costs for processors. The products also make blockchain utilization and field to fork tracking much easier and, ultimately get more food to more people globally.

Intelliconn’s offices are located at Innovation Place in Saskatoon. 

Contact:

Ken Jackson 

402 - 15 Innovation Boulevard

Saskatoon, SK Canada S7N 2X8
intelliconn.com
contact@intelliconn.com

1.888.284.0112

 

 

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The “How digitizing grain will feed another billion people” presentation Intelliconn made at the Ag West Biotech presentation on Monday was well attended and covered by CTV news. Wilf Keller, CEO of Ag West Biotech opened the presentation and Dr. Grant Devine shared his thoughts on the substantial potential for Intelliconn’s ingrain product, as well as the opportunities for the University of Saskatchewan and the province to get involved.

The Intelliconn presentation was given by Ken Jackson, Intelliconn’s CEO, followed by a number of questions. Several attendees also voiced support for Intelliconn’s initiative, including the University’s Dean of Engineering and Provost. Rob Norris, Senior Strategist for Partnerships with the University, and a previous provincial cabinet minister, commented on the importance of this initiative both the University and to the Protein Industry Canada’s Super Cluster.  Michael Oelck, with Canadian Carnation BioProducts commented on the international application and scalability.

The event resulted in plans to for an MOU with the U of S to cooperate on research and a commitment to partner with the Protein Supercluster. We will also be following up with two potential significant investors.     

For more information, please contact:

Ken Jackson . CEO

1.306.700.2565 X101
1.888.284.0112 X101

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