With a focus on X-Streamer™ and Eagle Trax™, Petersime has showcased the latest in single-stage incubator technology and unveiled another major step towards hatchery digitalization at this year’s International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta (USA).
Petersime offers innovative hatchery technologies with one main aim: to provide customers with solutions that maximize return on investment for the entire lifetime of their hatchery. IPPE has proved to be the perfect occasion to showcase our latest incubator innovation, X-Streamer™, coupled with Eagle Trax™, our new cloud-based data solution.
Digitalization in the hatchery: Turning data into maximum performance
Exactly one year ago, Petersime released the X-Streamer™, the intelligent incubator that turns data into maximum hatchery performance. It knows which eggs are on board and uses built-in intelligence and big data to help customers maximize incubation performance while minimizing operational costs. With the introduction of the Eagle Trax™ cloud-based data solution, we take hatchery performance optimization even further as the software allows modern hatcheries to digitize and analyse data, and then unlock the potential of that data to advance ever more in hatchery efficiency, productivity, traceability and chick quality. Eagle Trax™ is the first intelligent hatchery software that turns data into maximum poultry performance.
Visitors of the IPPE expo have been able to discover both innovations at first hand. They had the chance to receive a live demo of what X-Streamer™ and Eagle Trax™ can do for their business.
“Conversations with our customers have shown that in many cases, we have exceeded expectations with our X-Streamer™ and Eagle Trax™ state-of-the-art hatchery solution,” says Rafael Alonso, Petersime Sales Director in Latin America. “Moreover, our customers really looked forward to the expo in this pandemic that has lasted for nearly two years now. We were therefore even more delighted than usual to attend IPPE in Atlanta this year, as we were finally able to establish new and intensify existing contacts in person.”