In September of 2019, automed celebrated 7 years since David Edwards founded the automatic livestock medication company. A lot has happened in seven years including the advancement of the system and products, new markets, challenges, and rewards.
The key to success is a strong network of partners that works closely with their local customers and helps to advance and improve the system as the new standard in medication delivery. automed is pleased to announce the recent partnership with AgVision International (AVI) in Uganda.
In August, Startup City released its list of Top 15 Most Promising AgTech Companies. Making the list, automed. This is the first award of its kind for automed in the U.S. market.
Meet Yuhan, our iOS developer and the person behind our newly released iOS app. From the development to the user experience to the testing, Yuhan has brought the automed Essentials app for iOS to life.
The newly released Set & Forget feature allows automed users to set-up the system through the automed App, then disconnect from the App, while leaving the App behind to deliver livestock treatments. After dosing is complete, the user can then reconnect to the app to synchronize all of the data.
The automed Essentials app is now available through iOS. The automed system can now be accessed by more users globally. With a growing demand for the system and for more accessibility, the automed Essentials app is now available for iPhones.
Free online demos are available from virtually anywhere via the internet with a member of the automed support team. During the demo, learn about the automed device and range of adapters and gain a better understanding of how the system works to accurately calculate, deliver and record livestock medication treatments.
automed is pleased to announce a collaboration with Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine (ISU CVM) and the Swine Medicine Education Center (SMEC). automed will be co-sponsoring the Swine Veterinary Internship Program (SVIP) which will include a trial and research of the automed system.
Virbac joins automed as a global distribution partner to bring the automed system and solution to livestock producers including cattle, swine, and sheep. This partnership is vital as automed continues to grow globally and enhance the livestock medication process for producers.
Jeff Wiemold joined the automed team in 2018 with a wealth of knowledge as our Software Developer and Cloud Computing Solutions Architect.