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TeleSense Debuts Advanced Grain Monitoring System

Cellular SensorSpear Monitors and Protects Postharvest Grain for Barges and Ground Piles.

TeleSense, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology company for grain storage, announced the availability of its Cellular SensorSpear. The technology gives grain managers and barge operators an easy and reliable way to monitor stored grain, ensuring quality while reducing spoilage and safety concerns.

When inserted into piles of stored grain, the Cellular SensorSpear sends temperature and moisture data to the cloud where TeleSense machine learning algorithms analyze the data and alert users to any anomalies and issues that may arise.

“The Cellular SensorSpear takes 30 seconds to install, you don’t need a user manual, and it can withstand temporary connectivity loss without losing any data,” said Naeem Zafar, cofounder and CEO, TeleSense. “These features have been especially well received by barge operators as barges are now sitting on rivers for longer periods of time due to changing climate patterns and geopolitical issues. This spear takes monitoring and maintaining the quality of grain stored in piles and on barges to a new level.”

Cellular SensorSpears can mesh together, which means the spears communicate with each other, so that only one spear communicates with the cloud, thereby reducing data costs. TeleSense machine learning algorithms provide users with the smart alerts they need to easily and effectively manage grain quality.

The spear also pairs with the TeleSense App, where users can adjust reporting frequency, see the current and historical trends of every sensor, and, more importantly, quickly view the health of an entire grain storage operation. The Cellular SensorSpear and TeleSense App work together to provide grain handlers an innovative and functional way to monitor their grain.

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