The pandemic did not slow or stop the forward progress of technology. Keeping up with these newly developed technologies and scientific innovations for poultry production and processing continues to be crucial. Poultry Tech Summit focuses on the transition of innovative technologies into commercial applications to advance the poultry industry.

Make plans to attend the 2023 Poultry Tech Summit on November 6-8 at the Hilton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia.

The event presents groundbreaking innovation and insightful presentations with deep dialogue on new prospective solutions and next-generation technologies.

Interested in speaking at Poultry Tech Summit 2023? The  advisory board is seeking completed applications and abstracts for both innovation and technology presentations, due April 24, 2023. Learn more

Poultry Tech Summit is the only one of its kind being offered to connect researchers and entrepreneurs with poultry sector technology experts, financiers, venture capitalists and producers looking for new projects and investments to fund.

Attend Poultry Tech Summit 2023 and take a look at the future of the industry. Agenda and registration details will be released in June 2023.

Highlights from 2022 Poultry Tech Summit:

The Summit was well attended by industry professionals from 13 countries representing a vast array of companies including AGCO Corporation, Ag Property Solutions, Agrimesh Technologies, Alltech, Amick Farms, AudioT, Cargill, Diversified Ag, Hendrix Genetics, Japfa Comfeed Indonesia, MTech Systems, Peco Foods, Pilgrim’s Pride, Prism Controls, Smarte Automation, TARGAN, USDA and many others.

More than 25 speakers and panelists shared developments and insights on a variety of innovations and technologies including solving automation challenges at the poultry farm, imaging technology to monitor pecking and floor eggs, using AI to optimize poultry house environments, how net zero goals will impact the poultry industry, reducing broiler mortality by feeding egg yolks, and much more.

Sixteen industry suppliers sponsored the event including Aviagen, BAADER, BarnTools, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ceva, Cobb, Evonik, Intelia, Marel, Meyhen, Neogen, Novus, Optum Immunity, Phibro, Staubli and Zoetis.

Attendees built relationships and socialized during eight hours of scheduled networking time.

The global destination for new poultry innovations

Since its 2018 inception, the Poultry Tech Summit has facilitated and fast-tracked many pioneering ideas into adoption for the benefit of the poultry supply chain. Innovator success stories:

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Showcasing the next frontier for industry, technology and venture capital, this unique event presents new research of technologies with potential to be commercialized within a 5-year period. Ranging from artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain, sensors, virtual reality, vaccines and more to improve outcomes for poultry companies in all aspects of production from farm through the processing plant.

Join the poultry industry for Poultry Tech Summit 2023 on November 6-8 at the Hilton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia.

Who should attend:

  • Poultry company C-level executives
  • Corporate leaders in QA/QC, R&D, IT and Engineering
  • Live production and processing technology personnel
  • Veterinarians, nutritionists
  • Suppliers interested in funding or acquiring new tech
  • Financiers, bankers and venture capitalists

Attendees are among the first to see groundbreaking innovation and next-generation technologies that offer prospective solutions to poultry supply chain challenges.

Poultry Tech Summit 2023 call for innovations and technology: Oral presentations

Deadline to submit an abstract is April 24, 2023

The 2023 Poultry Tech Summit advisory board is seeking completed applications and abstracts for both innovation and technology presentations, due April 24, 2023.

Poultry Tech Summit will be held in person on November 6-8 2023, at the Hilton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.


The Poultry Tech Summit is seeking abstracts and applications from innovators describing their innovations which could significantly impact the poultry supply chain. Innovators must be seeking investment to develop their product for market, looking to license their intellectual property, or recruiting partners to trial their innovation to be considered in this category.

Innovators will be allotted 10 minutes for their presentations. Presenters must be willing to answer questions from the audience.

What you need to apply

  • You should submit innovations that are ready to be developed commercially into solutions for significant poultry industry problems.
  • Submission of innovations applicable to any point in the poultry live production, processing or distribution supply chain are encouraged.
  • All submissions must be in English.
  • Abstracts should be no more than 325 words long.
  • All portions of the application must be completed.

Submit your abstract

Technology Presenters

Individuals or corporations wishing to make a presentation about a significant advancement in technology that may impact the poultry supply chain in the future may make submissions to be presenters at the Poultry Tech Summit. These presentations must not be tied to any product and should address a significant move forward in application of technology or recent research on a significant industry problem which may have a technological solution. Presenters will be allotted 15 minutes for their presentations.

What you need to apply:

  • Presentations must not be tied to any product and should address a significant move forward in application of technology or recent research on a significant industry problem which may have a technological solution
  • All submissions must be in English
  • Abstracts should be no more than 325 words long
  • All portions of the questionnaire must be completed

Submit your abstract

All applications will be reviewed by the Poultry Tech Summit review committee. Approved innovators and technology presenters will be required to register for the Poultry Tech Summit at the reduced rate of US$495 prior to the end of early bird registration and US$545 after that date.

If you have any questions, please contact Terrence O’Keefe at

Poultry Tech Summit 2022 schedule of events

Sunday, October 30

5-6:30 p.m.


5-6:30 p.m.

Opening reception

Monday, October 31

7:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.


7:30-8:30 a.m.


8:30-8:45 a.m.

Greg Watt, CEO and president, WATT Global Media

8:45-9:15 a.m.

Keynote presentation
How next-generation sequencing improves food safety
Nikki Shariat, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Population Health, Poultry Diagnostic Research Center, University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine

For appropriate Salmonella control and for risk assessment, there is a need to discern all serotypes present. Next-generation sequencing technologies such as CRISPR-SeroSeq enable deep serotyping to detect multiple serotypes in a single sample. This improves our understanding of Salmonella dynamics in broiler production, leading to better controls for this important pathogen.

>> Watch a short video message from Nikki

9:15-9:30 a.m.

Innovation presentation
Harnessing the egg microbiome for early chick nutrition

Gina Sloan, Ph.D., CEO, AGRITX

Influencing the eggshell microbiome offers a new frontier of technology development that will leverage nature’s inherent pathway to a healthy GI track and ultimately a healthier chick. A new approach, nutritional egg coating, introduces probiotic bacteria from the outside of the egg into the developing chick, inducing positive intestinal morphological, microflora and immune system changes.

>> Watch a short message from Gina

9:30-9:45 a.m.

Innovation presentation
Egg yolk feed additive promotes poultry gut health

Kimberly A. Livingston, Ph.D., chief research officer, Optum Immunity

Bioactive components in egg yolk possess both pro- and anti-inflammatory properties, making them a potential key to inflammatory homeostasis in the broiler gut. Maintaining inflammatory homeostasis within the gut is essential for the animal’s health and optimizing its production performance. When used as a feed additive, egg yolks can enable the host immune system to mount adequate inflammatory response against various enteric microbes resulting in reduced mortality, improved performance and reduced intestinal lesions.

9:45-10 a.m.

Innovation presentation
Solve automation challenges at the poultry farm

Shankar Jagdale, CEO, PakshiMitra Poultry Technologies

Robots and automation can solve many of challenges that poultry farming experiences. However, the large-scale commercialization of these products is still difficult considering the limitation of power source and space availability inside the farm. Advances in automation allow for a single setup that featured a multi-utility bot adapter, multiple attachments and three utility lines. With water available at every corner of poultry, cleaning and dehumidification operation can be easy. At the same time, the vertical conveyor and a channel for material handling ensure the easy disposal of litter and wastewater.

10-10:30 a.m.

Networking break

10:30-10:40 a.m.

Tech talk
Digital pathogen monitoring platform for gastrointestinal and foodborne pathogens in poultry
Dilan Deniz, DVM, global product manager, Evonik

Despite different prevention and controlling measurements, Clostridium perfringens, Eimeria spec., Campylobacter jejuni and Salmonella enterica remain still important pathogens in poultry. The main requirements of monitoring are accuracy, reliability and speed to provide the data to poultry professionals so that they can make more precise decisions and predictions. This innovation bring science-based data into a simple digitalized tool that can be used on-site to make the platform accessible for all poultry farmers.

10:40-11 a.m.

Technology presentation
Rapid identification, quantification of poultry pathogens

Andre Tatar, project manager, Salvus

Interferometric-based detection enables rapid identification and quantification of chemicals or pathogens in production and processing environments with the precision and accuracy of tests typically run within labs by trained technicians. For example, this technology can detect peracetic acid (PAA) concentrations and avian influenza in fluids such as processing waters, chicken saliva, blood or air. This presentation will show proof of concept data from representative applications.

>> Watch a short message from Andre

11-11:15 a.m.

Innovation presentation
Poultry scalder filtration for pathogen reduction

Daniel Lehmkuhl, product manager, technical services, Safe Food Corporation

Currently, employees must shovel the solids and sediments out of the scalder with a shovel at the end of production, which can result in cross-contamination and increase the pathogen prevalence on product. This non-chemical intervention is designed to filter and clean scalders, producing significant impacts on decreasing microbiology in processing plants. It can also improve turbidity in scalder units by removing dirt, fecal matter, solids and heavy liquids. Reducing the organic loading in scalders decreases hot rehang microbiology while simultaneously cleaning the unit to reduce sanitation labor.

11:15 a.m.-12 p.m.

Panel discussion
The coming paradigm shift in Salmonella control for poultry products

U.S. broiler and turkey processors have employed several strategies and technologies to reduce incidence of Salmonella-positive parts and carcasses detected in test mandated by USDA FSIS. Despite over two decades improvement is sample results, the number of human cases of Salmonellosis in the U.S. attributable to poultry meat products hasn’t declined significantly. A new era for Salmonella sampling, regulation and control is beginning. How will your approach to Salmonella control change?

Featured panelists:

  • Douglas L. Fulnechek, DVM, senior public health veterinarian, poultry, Zoetis
  • Nikki Shariat, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Population Health, Poultry Diagnostic Research Center, University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Jeffrey Niedermeyer, director of food safety, Butterball LLC

12-1:30 p.m.


1:30-1:50 p.m.

Technology presentation
Biodegradable nanoparticle vaccines for poultry

Ramesh Selvaraj, Ph.D., associate professor, poultry, University of Georgia

A biodegradable nanoparticle-based vaccine that can be delivered either through water or feed can decrease Salmonella and Clostridium perfringens load in poultry intestine, as well as decrease the incidence and severity of the C. perfringens-induced Necrotic Enteritis in poultry or Salmonella loads in poultry. The nanoparticle platform can easily be modified to add additional vaccine antigens for other enteric pathogens.

>> Watch a short video message from Ramesh

1:50-2:10 p.m.

Technology presentation
Automate and predict bird weights with IoT

Silke Schantz, procurement manager, Exceldor

Learn how Exceldor uses internet of things (IoT) devices, machine learning and algorithms at the farm level to create predictive models tied to bird weight expectations. The resulting predictions can help plan the live haul and optimize the harvest vs the requirements of customers at any given time. By using technology installed at the farm that automates the collection of bird weight in real time, this project eliminated the need for manual weighing.

>> Watch a short message from Silke

2:10-2:30 p.m.

Technology presentation
Optimize poultry house environmental controls with AI

Mark Maxwell, CEO, Agrimesh Technologies

A matrix ventilation system backed by artificial intelligence (AI), wireless controls and sensors can manage the ventilation, heating, feed, water, lighting, temperature and CO2 equipment to optimize the conditions in poultry houses. The system analyzes live data, performs calculations based on tomorrow’s weather conditions and makes the best dynamic decisions in order to help optimize operations and return on investment. The system frees up time for producers to focus on other activities and provides more peace of mind around the farm.

2:30-2:40 p.m.

Tech talk
Combine data collection, vaccines to improve poultry health

Assaf Shafran, vice president, Phibro Animal Health, general manager, pHi-Tech

The constant development of new solutions is gaining momentum to support livestock management and we see more farms turning to digital technologies for improving productivity. In this Tech Talk, Assaf Shafran, vice president, Phibro Animal Health, and general manager, pHi-Tech, will demonstrate how poultry operations worldwide are already harnessing technology to enhance flock immunity using injection systems with integrated data collection technologies. This development provides farm managers and veterinarians with a deeper process understanding, empowering them to implement data-driven decisions with verifiable improvement to their flock’s health and productivity.

2:40-3 p.m.

SMART Broiler Project update
Nikki Dutta, scientific program officer, advanced animal systems, FFAR

The SMART broiler research initiative aims to aid the development of technologies that objectively assess broiler chicken welfare in commercial facilities. During this session, learn more about the teams and objectives selected for the second phase of this initiative.

>> Watch a short video message from Nikki

3-3:30 p.m.

Networking break

3:30-3:40 p.m.

Tech talk
Tackling digitalization and standardization in environmental monitoring
Katie McPherson, digital consultant, Neogen Corporation

Organizations are seeing major improvements in standardization in highly complex manufacturing environments. Digitalizing these areas is helping improvements in human capital aspects such as time to onboard, workload management, and efficiency. This session will review some key product improvements within Neogen Analytics, and show how new data elements contribute to the promise of big data in food safety through aggregated product and sanitation testing modules.

3:40-4 p.m.

Innovation presentation
Solving the broiler chick sexing conundrum

Menashe Tamir, CEO, Eshet Eilon

Ninety-five percent of the poultry grown worldwide are broilers. The majority of these birds are grown in mixed sex flocks, primarily due to the lack of experienced professionals able to sex chicks. However, the ability to raise broilers in separate sex flocks brings several advantages to the integrator, including savings on feed and medicine, reduced losses at the slaughterhouse, flexibility of the operation, easy data collection per chick and much more. Optical sorting technology can automate the broiler chick sexing process, improving bird growth and saving production costs.

4-5 p.m.

Panel discussion
What will be the biggest challenges and opportunities for raising poultry?

Continuous improvements in bird health and performance metrics along with great taste and versatility have combined to make poultry meat (broilers, turkeys and waterfowl) the world’s most consumed meat. However, what some consumers, regulators and NGOs are asking for is changing. The usual demands for low cost, great tasting and convenient poultry products are now combined with requests for things like Net Zero, higher welfare or NAE production. Our panel of senior live production specialists will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing broiler and turkey producers and highlight areas where creative solutions from innovators could have the biggest impact.

Featured panelists:

  • Dave Wicker, Ph.D., vice president of live operations, Fieldale Farms Corporation
  • Bruce Stewart-Brown, DVM, senior vice president of technical services and innovation, Perdue Farms
  • Carl Heeder, DVM, senior director, avian health and nutrition, Mountaire Farms

5-6:30 p.m.

Networking reception

Tuesday, November 1

7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.


7:30-8:30 a.m.


8:30-9:10 a.m.

Technology presentation
What Net Zero will mean for the poultry supply chain
Marty Matlock, Ph.D., professor of ecological engineering, Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department, University of Arkansas

Consumers concerns about sustainability have pressured retail and foodservice to make Net Zero pledges, with implications that are felt throughout the poultry supply chain. The drive to design sustainable global food systems will impact and how birds are raised, fed, processed distributed and marketed. Join Marty Matlock, Ph.D., professor in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department at the University of Arkansas and former Senior Advisor on Food Systems Resiliency for USDA, for a discussion of the opportunities for new poultry technologies to aid in future sustainability goals.

9:10-9:30 a.m.

Technology presentation
Deep learning tracks problematic cage-free layer behavior
Lilong Chai, Ph.D., assistant professor and poultry engineering specialist, University of Georgia

Currently, two of the biggest challenges associated with cage-free layer housing, pecking behaviors and floor eggs, are monitored manually by farm staff several times a day, which is labor intensive, time consuming and subject to human errors. Researchers at the University of Georgia are developing specific imaging technologies (e.g., deep learning models) for monitoring/tracking hens’ pecking behaviors under different production ages and environmental conditions and floor egg laying behaviors of hens temporally and spatially for identifying potential reasons of floor egg laying behavior.

9:30-10 a.m.

Technology presentation
How can technology improve your poultry facility biosecurity?
Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt, DMV, MSc, Ph.D., professor, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Université de Montréal

North America and Europe have experienced the worst ever losses due to HPAI outbreaks on commercial poultry farms. HPAI has managed to infect flocks on farms that have thorough biosecurity programs and substantial infrastructure investments. Learn how technology can be employed to monitor farm activities, assist with decision-making and encourage individuals to comply with biosecurity rules.

10-10:30 a.m.

Networking break

10:30-10:45 a.m.

Innovation presentation
Traceability in poultry supply chain transport logistics
Mike Shindelar, CEO, DP Techlink

At a time when precision agriculture solutions are seeing rapid adoption across the industry, there is a major gap when it comes to the movement of agricultural cargo. Logistics planning technology can track the movement of products, feed and animals throughout the poultry supply chain and allows producers to adapt to the real-time needs of their operation, integrates with their existing ERP, decreases workload and respond to active biosecurity threats as they arise.

10:45-11 a.m.

Innovation presentation
Computer vision applications for counting, weighing eggs
Evan Anderson, CAD designer, Agrinerds

Despite nearly a century of intensive layer production in the U.S., accurate and consistent egg counting methods remain elusive. Computer vision could enable a more accurate egg count on the layer belt while also providing row level egg weights and quality checks for dirt, cracks and more. The technology also incorporates self-cleaning and self-validating mechanisms which can mitigate miscounts between the barn and processing plant.

11-11:15 a.m.

Innovation presentation
A cooler approach to poultry transportation
Anne-Jo Smits, project manager, Poultry Expertise Centre and Dick van Ravenhorst, owner, Van Ravenhorst Transport Solutions

European Union (EU) regulations prohibit poultry transport on days with temperatures above 95 °F. A closed curtain-sider trailer that features forced airflow and both heating and cooling can help maintain an optimal climate during transport the year round. The objective of the new trailer design was to improve animal welfare and to increase transport efficiency of poultry transported to the slaughterhouse without making concessions in terms of the number of modules plus the process of loading/unloading of modules. In the presentation, the developers of the trailer will share the development route, the current experiences and the future research.

11:15 a.m.-12 p.m.

Panel discussion
Tackling the automation challenge in poultry processing

Automation is commonly touted as the solution for one of poultry processing’s biggest challenges, labor, and for its potential to make operations more efficient, reliable and predictable. Learn about future opportunities for automation within the plant and how the technology is evolving to meet the needs of poultry processing’s harsh environment.

Featured panelists:

  • Jay Russell, key account manager, Marel
  • Mathias Konne, food market leader, Staubli
  • Harley Green, business development director, Soft Robotics Inc.

Since its 2018 inception, Poultry Tech Summit has fast-tracked several pioneering ideas from concept to commercialization, transforming the future of the poultry industry through artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain, sensors, virtual reality, vaccines and more.

The Poultry Tech Summit Hall of Fame showcases the innovation presenters from the annual conference and their success stories. Their early process concepts and prototypes show promise for solving some of the industry’s biggest challenges.

To be considered in this category, presenters must be seeking investment to develop their product for market, looking to license their intellectual property, or recruiting partners to trial their innovation.

Meet the innovators:


Evan Anderson, Agrinerds

Computer vision applications for counting, weighing eggs

Shankar Jagdale, PakshiMitra Poultry Technologies

Solve automation challenges at the poultry farm

Daniel Lehmkuhl, Safe Food Corporation

Poultry scalder filtration for pathogen reduction

Kimberly A. Livingston, Ph.D., Optum Immunity

Egg yolk feed additive promotes poultry gut health

Mike Shindelar, CEO, DP Techlink

Traceability in poultry supply chain transport logistics

Gina Sloan, Ph.D., CEO, AGRITX

Harnessing the egg microbiome for early chick nutrition

Anne-Jo Smits, Poultry Expertise Centre

A cooler approach to poultry transportation

Menashe Tamir, CEO, Eshet Eilon

Solving the broiler chick sexing conundrum

Dick van Ravenhorst, Van Ravenhorst Transport Solutions

A cooler approach to poultry transportation


Peter Ahrendt, Ph.D., CEO, Animoni ApS

High-precision weighing of poultry using 3D camera technology

Inanc Birol, Ph.D., Amphoraxe Life Sciences Inc.

Antimicrobial peptides as a replacement for poultry antibiotics

Yuval Cinnamon, Ph.D., Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, NRS Poultry Sustainability and Transformation

Genetic solution to the male layer chick problem

Where is this innovation today? Read more >

Wayne Daley, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute

Autonomous robot for breeder and cage free layer house management

Pedro Gomez, Orbem GmbH

AI-powered egg classification for contactless analytics in hatcheries

Jason Guss, Iterate Labs

Artificial intelligence to gamify poultry labor performance

JBS, Tyson Foods invest in poultry worker wearables. Read more >

Comas Haynes, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute

Kinematic enhancement for effective in-line, immersive chilling

Colin Usher, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Strength and endurance of a robot and with the adaptability of a human

Could robots help prevent the next avian flu outbreak? Read more >


Joy Parr Drach, Advanced Animal Diagnostics

Could a new test predict COVID-19 in meat processing workers

Gage Greening, Nanomatronix, LLC

Avian immunology dermatological test

Comas Haynes, Ph.D, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Enhanced immersive chilling in poultry processing

Ramin Karimpour, Applied LifeSciences & Systems

Precision technology to revolutionize protein production

Merck leads funding round for poultry vaccine technology. Read more >

Yiannis Kaznessis, General Probiotics Inc.

Genetically modified probiotics

Shareem Khan, OpsSmart

Traceability at the speed of thought


Claire Lewis, Pondus Technology

Remote sensing for crop uniformity and weight estimation 

Will Payne, Simple Ag Solutions Inc.

Simplifying poultry feed additives

Maxine Roper, Connecting Food

How digital auditing advances blockchain 


Itamar Berchman, Agrowiz Technologies

Hatchery management system utilizing robotics, analytics for optimal results


Caitlin Cooper, Ph.D., CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory

Marker-assisted point of lay sex selection in chickens

Craig Coufal, Ph.D., Innovative Poultry Solutions

Changing the way the world approaches egg sanitization

Yanne Courcoux

Yanne Courcoux, TIBOT Technologies

Lowering feed cost, improving broiler health with robots

Where is this innovation today? Learn more >


Miguel Damas de Matos, FarmCloud

Real-time poultry farm data collection, analysis to enable decision makers


Satyanarayan Dev, Microsystems First Incorporated

Microwave pasteurization of shell eggs

Learn more >

Joy Parr Drach, Advanced Animal Diagnostics

Automated rapid coccidiosis test: QScout Eimeria

Shane Kiernan

Shane Kiernan, Iamus

Using robotics to optimize broiler production

Poultry robot named a 2021 Future Foods Asia Award finalist. Read more >


Michael Lanahan, Ph.D., Agrivida

Delivery of functional proteins for poultry health, nutrition via modified corn

Novus acquires biotech company Agrivida. Read more >

Christopher Lee, MTech Systems

Accurate prediction of broiler bird weight distributions using machine learning

Roberto Taormina

Roberto Taormina, ROTA Technologies

Automated self-learning vision technology for debris, contamination detection

Jehan Verstappen, Via Versa Advies

CALIMERO: An in vitro chicken alimentary tract model


Timothy Buisker, Smart Data Science Solutions LLC

Statistical process control with machine learning

Dr. Neamat El Taz, Abuerdan Company

Improving live performance with big data predictive analytics

Where is this innovation today? Read more >

Yehuda Elram, eggXYT

Technology for in ovo sexing

Where is this innovation today? Read more >

Jennifer Filbey, Mazen Animal Health Inc.

Technology edible poultry vaccines

Learn more >

Scott Huber, TyraTech Inc.

Phytogenic poultry gut parasite control

Dr. Yiannis Kaznessis, General Probiotics Inc.

New class of probiotic cultures

Watch the video update >

Olga Kemenova, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Simulation model for processing plant resource use

Dr. Ramin Khaksar, Clear Labs Inc.

Detection and serotyping Salmonella in 24 hours

Islam Khalil, Abuerdan Company

Improving live performance with big data predictive analytics

Where is this innovation today? Read more >


Dr. Heiner Lehr, Faromatics Farm Robotics and Automation SL

Ceiling mounted poultry house robot

Where are these robots today? Find out >

Dave Olson, Technicon LLC

Antimicrobial, rust-proof gear box for processing plants

Albert Payne, Simple Vet Solutions Inc.

Traceable and transparent veterinary records

Joel Sotomayor, Transport Genie Ltd.

Data collection from poultry transport coops

Where is this innovation today? Read more >

Colin Usher, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Floor operating poultry house robot

Where is this innovation today? Read more >

Bryon Western, Little Bird Systems

Feed bin inventory sensing

Seung-Chul Yoon, USDA ARS

Machine vision system for detecting woody breast

Where is this innovation today? Read more >

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