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TIBOT Technologies announces EUR3 million financing round

French robotics company seeks growth to further serve the global poultry industry
TIBOT Technologies, a French startup company specializing in poultry robotics, is taking off with a second round of financing. With the latest round, the company hopes to raise EUR3 million (US$3.3 million).
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8 digital technologies to disrupt the turkey industry

Increasing competition from larger broilers and lower-cost, plant-based meat alternatives, turkey producers will have to embrace new technologies to improve efficiency and transparency to maintain market share.
Sensors, robots, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other digital technologies can make turkey producers competitive with other protein sources.
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HatchTech and Pas Reform sign patent licence agreement

HatchTech, a global provider of incubation technology, and Pas Reform, a global supplier of integrated hatchery solutions, announced today that they have entered into a long-term global strategic patent agreement covering post-hatch early feeding for day-old chicks.
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Is artificial intelligence right for poultry production?

Artificial intelligence offers many promises to the poultry industry, but all these promises come with catches.
The promise of labor-saving, flawless decision-making, 24-hour-a-day monitoring, improved processing, predictive feed digestion and bird management is compelling to an industry struggling to hire experienced operatives, but all these promises come with catches.
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3 poultry technology innovations to watch

Innovations in data monitoring and analytics are gaining commercial traction since their presentation at the Poultry Tech Summit.
Three future poultry production innovations are gaining attention and commercial interest in the marketplace since the first Poultry Tech Summit (PTS).
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