GEA’s intelligent technologies for the dairy industry keep up with the latest trends

The huge interest in GEA’s smart technologies for the dairy industry at the EuroTier 2016 trade fair in Hanover exceeded all expectations. The company’s “Smart Technology for Future Farming” concept links applications intelligently to one another and in doing so, optimizes interactions between people, animals and technology throughout the milk production process. This appeals to the many modern farmers who are on the lookout for future-oriented technologies that can help them to better manage their various processes.


Local technology set to make waves internationally

A local technology looks set to make waves internationally after SurePure, which uses photopurification technology to purify liquids, reported increased interest from global customers. SurePure’s prime mover and CEO is former Springbok rugby prop Guy Kebble, who took the interesting step of listing the company on a secondary board of the tech-aligned NASDAQ market in the US. The company’s offering revolves around a patented SurePure Turbulator, which increases liquids’ exposure to ultra-violet and enables greater efficacy and consistency in purification.

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