Inpro received the support from Soongsil University Startup Support Group to exhibit at GITEX 2019 from Oct. 6 to 10 to introduce its IoT-based livestock feed management and automatic order system Our Farm.
It uses IoT technology in the feed measuring scale to measure the remaining feed and make order automatically when there is not enough feed.
This system makes sure that there is always enough feed for the livestock, and makes orders in small quantity possible, taking worries off from expiration dates.
It is easy to install because the scale uses the level sensor, not to mention the low installation cost.
The company official said, "The visitors showed great interest in building the data communication and control system with IoT-technology, and we discovered many areas we can enter in the Middle East market."
He added, "Since the internet connection in the Middle East is poor, our IoT communication technology which uses the low 200 mb frequency was proven to be competitive here. We had many inquiries on vessel cargo and container management."
In its 39th year, GITEX 2019 was attended by more than 4,500 companies from 140 countries, and it is the major ICT exhibition in the Middle East and Africa sought by 100,000 overseas buyers.
A wide range of products and technologies from home appliances to telecommunications equipment, IT, and Industry 4.0 are displayed. Also, GITEX Future Stars, with more than 750 startups, 400 large investors and global accelerators, also took place.
Soongsil University Startup Support Group that participated in Gulf Information Technology Exhibition began its service with the name of SME Graduate School in 1983 was selected as the startup leading university in 2016. It is providing a systematic and high-quality startup education system and serving the role of fostering successful entrepreneurs with diverse startup support activities.
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