A glass of milk might look pretty simple, but the liquid in that glass actually contains a wide variety of nutrients and other compounds, including protein, calcium, vitamin B12, iodine, whey, casein and more. The balance of those ingredients can determine not only how nutritious a dairy product is but also how healthy the cow producing it is at any given moment.
SomeDetect is a new company that is helping farmers produce their best possible milk by leveraging in-line sensors and artificial intelligence to detect health and reproductive indicators in dairy cows. SomeDetect is positioning itself as a dairy technology startup applying cutting-edge deep learning and computer-vision techniques to analyze milk samples. Its precision monitoring tool can identify the presence of key compounds in raw milk and even quantify the materials, providing data on health and quality within the dairy industry. Peter Moreira, from Entrevestor recently said, “SomaDetect is on a heck of a roll lately. Its inclusion in the CIX Top 20 comes weeks after it won $50,000 from the Fierce Founder Bootcamp at Communitech in Kitchener, Ont. Earlier this year, the company won the $180,000 second-place prize in the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation’s Breakthru competition.”
You are invited to learn more at a webinar we are co-hosting called, “A Look Inside the AI-Powered Future of Dairy.” The webinar is going to be held on Thursday, October 7 at 3:00 PM CST with Bethany Deshpande, CEO and Founder of SomaDetect. Register HERE