Category: Agriculture

Grain Quality Sensor Patent

U.S. Patent No. 10,085,379 Grain Quality Sensor The challenge There was a need in the agricultural industry for more automation in combines. While attempts have been made to automate combines, the sensors used for detecting the necessary conditions (such as load on the machine and cleanliness of the crop), have been inadequate for the job. … Read More

Recon SpreadSense® ​- AE50 Award Winner

Recon SpreadSense® has been selected as a 2019 AE50 award winner. The AE50 awards are sponsored by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) to honor the year’s most innovative designs in engineering products or systems for the food and agriculture industries. We are honored to be selected as an AE50 award winner. … Read More

Recon Wireless and Flow Blockage Monitors in Every Corner at Iowa’s Farm Progress Show

The Farm Progress Show is one of the nation’s largest outdoor farm events. This year we met up with growers, dealer, and partners. Here is a little recap of what we were up to…  We saw a lot of Recon Wireless Blockage and Flow Monitors at this show. We met with dealers, including Expata Solutions, … Read More

Intelligent Ag Receives Innovation Awards at Canada’s Farm Progress Show

We are honored to have received two Innovation Awards at Canada’s Farm Progress Show. We were awarded the Gold and Sterling Standard Innovation Awards for our products Engage® Zone Control and Recon SpreadSense®, respectively.    Engage Zone Control, the Gold Innovation Award, is our retrofit section control for John Deere 1910 air carts. We designed and built Engage Zone … Read More

Recon SpreadSense Floater

New Recon SpreadSense®​ provides blockage monitoring for floaters

Driven to develop sound technology for smarter farming, we’re excited to bring blockage monitoring to floaters with the new Recon® SpreadSense. It pays to listen. Using the same acoustic technology as our Recon Wireless Blockage and Flow Monitor, the sensors attach to the back of each deflector on the floater. They listen to material flow … Read More