Ames, IA (October 17) — BioCV, an innovative leader in livestock technology, is thrilled to announce a collaborative visit to Iowa State University to explore potential partnerships and initiate research validation studies for its groundbreaking product in the United States. The company will be establishing their US heaquarters at the Iowa State University Research Park.
The week-long visit during the week of October 23 will foster the exploration of synergies between BioCV’s advanced livestock monitoring solution and the esteemed research facilities at Iowa State University. Aiming to bring transparency and efficiency to the livestock industry through real-time data collection and analysis, BioCV’s technology has the potential to transform animal farming practices, enabling farmers to make data-driven decisions and improve animal welfare. BioCV utilizes sophisticated Bluetooth sensor ear tags, designed to collect and certify real-time data on each animal in a decentralized manner.
Moritz Gansel, BioCV CEO expressed, “We are excited to explore the possibilities that this visit will unveil. We are also excited to launch our US presence via the Iowa State University Research Park. We aim to forge a future where technology and research converge to elevate the standards of livestock farming, ensuring sustainability, productivity, and animal welfare.”
Company leadership will be hosting a press event on Tuesday, October 24, to announce their US headquarters as well as share information about their livestock technology. The public is invited to attend from 3:00 – 4:00 PM, with remarks at 3:15 PM. The event will be held at the Iowa State University Economic Development Core Facility, 1805 Collaboration Place, Ames, Iowa.
BioCV has emerged as a front-runner in employing technology to enhance livestock management through its innovative BioCV system. By harnessing the power of IoT devices, neural networks, and machine learning frameworks, BioCV provides valuable insights into animal physiology and well-being, thereby assisting stakeholders in enhancing productivity while ensuring animal welfare. www.biocv.de
Moritz Gansel, BioCV CEO