Farmwave founder and CEO Craig Ganssle says there’s been a lot of “over-promise and under-deliver” in ag technology. But that hasn’t been the case with his company’s autonomous harvest loss technology, and he has the results to prove it.
The multi-camera system counts grain loss in real time and customers who use it are seeing an increase of 3-8 bushels per acre in corn and soybeans.
We caught up with Ganssle at Linco-Precision’s new technology meeting in Nokomis, Ill., for a look at how the Farmwave system works.
Farmwave has been selling directly to farmers but is establishing a dealer network this year. They’re currently working with corn, soybean, and cotton farmers, and will soon expand to wheat, canola, barley and peanuts.