Check out this great article by Brian Cross about the possibilities that wireless connectivity make possible.  

“Most rural business and residents have some access to the Internet, but there’s also a growing need for enhanced wireless access … on farms (that allows farm managers) to connect to grain bins, to monitor tanks and to be able to turn pumps and fans and lights on and off,” CEO Ken Jackson said.

Read the full article here.

Intelliconn is pleased to welcome Rob Hamlin as our new Vice President of Sales. Rob comes to Intelliconn from Crop Production Services, where he led their crop protection group. Prior to that he was with Monsanto. 

Rob brings substantial experience and a wealth of knowledge and contacts within the agriculture sector.

Intelliconn Communication Solutions Inc. is the leading company in next-generation, farm-wide, wireless communication and remote monitoring and control systems.

We are looking for individuals to join our ACCEs (Advanced Communication and Control Experts) team. Our ACCEs sell and/or install our products. If you have proven selling, or electrical or IT products installation experience and are interested in working semi-independently, you could be an ACCE. 

Our ACCEs earn in excess of $100,000 per year covering a territory approximately 150 kilometers within their home base.

We prefer individuals with an agriculture background.

Interested? Please apply here.

ACCE Mobile

Intelliconn rolled out the first Intelliconn ACCE-mobile this month, which will be driven by Intelliconn's ACCE's. ACCEs, which stands for Advanced Communication and Control Experts, are individuals that work with customers to sell and install Intelliconn's long-range Wi-Fi and remote monitoring and control products. "Our ACCEs cover a lot of ground and we wanted something that was both functional and visible" says company CEO ken Jackson.

Intelliconn is developing its ACCE network across Canada and plans to move into the United States and Australia next year.

“We were exceptionally well received at Farm Progress” said Intelliconn CEO Ken Jackson. The major farm show, held in Regina on June 21 - 23, 2017, resulted in a significant amount of potential business that Intelliconn will be following up on.

“Cameras were clearly the product of most interest, but our long-range Wi-Fi, as well as the tank and bin monitoring, also received a lot of attention”, said Jackson.

Intelliconn also announced its relationship with Crop Production Services at Farm Progress.

Intelliconn’s products are rural-oriented and provide increased safety, security, manageability, and profitability.


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