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French telecommunications specialist Invoxia is taking its expertise in the human GPS space into the companion animal market.
The AVF fund has backed Israeli company Inspecto Solutions, which is developing a nanoscale portable detection device.
UK-based start-up Folium Science believes it could bring its first product for precisely controlling bacteria in animals to market in 2020.
Last month, animal health's newest billion-dollar business – Covetrus – was created and launched on the Nasdaq. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey spoke to the company's president and chief executive Ben Shaw about his roots in animal health and the change Covetrus can bring to the wider veterinary sector.
Zimbabwe-based Northyde Life Sciences is seeking funding to develop its internet-of-things (IoT)-driven precision animal husbandry technology for small ruminants in sub-Saharan Africa.
US farm management technology firm Performance Livestock Analytics (PLA) has secured investment from Cavallo Ventures – the venture capital arm of agricultural group Wilbur-Ellis.
At the recent Animal Health Investment Europe forum in London, Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey led a panel discussion on digital personalization in pet care. He spoke to three companies in this area – Fitbark, Antelliq and Felcana. Below is an excerpt of the panel discussion.
Animart has evolved its veterinary medication business into "an integrated animal health company" through a merger with fellow US firm Animal Profiling.
Canadian precision aquaculture technology firm XpertSea launched back in 2009, with the aim of transforming how the global aquaculture industry farms seafood. The company is using artificial intelligence (AI) to build a more sustainable industry. Animal Pharm analyst Daniel Willis spoke to XpertSea chief executive Valerie Robitaille to learn more.
A diverse set of partners have come together to form Pet Health Innovation Labs (PHIL) – an Israeli hub for innovative pet health technology.
California-based Rex Animal Health is sourcing funding to help support livestock producers and animal health companies through machine learning.
Scientists at Texas A&M University are testing new technologies at a feedlot in the Texas Panhandle to find ways to reduce the use of antibiotics in livestock.
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