Cainthus

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Irish agri-tech start-up Cainthus has developed technology that can identify cows using facial recognition and monitor their health and wellbeing, tracking their food and water intake, behaviour patterns and heat detection.

Irish agri-tech start-up Cainthus has strengthened its management team, with Steve Kickert taking on the role of chief operating officer. Mr Kickert(...)

Alltech chief executive Mark Lyons announcing details of the latest accelerator programme at Dogpatch Labs in Dublin. Photograph: Yohei Ishikawa

Ireland should focus more attention on developing its agtech start-up scene given the widespread expertise in agriculture, the chief executive and pre(...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook in Dublin. He says the company ‘is committed’ to Ireland.

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s telecoms group Digicel is planning to raise as much as $500 million from asset sales in the next nine months in order to l(...)

Irish start-up Cainthus uses predictive imaging to monitor the health and wellbeing of livestock. Photograph: iStock

Irish agritech start-up Cainthus made business headlines around the world earlier this year after it emerged it had received financial backing from on(...)

SOSV founder Seán O’Sullivan: “Food and agriculture are areas that SOSV has been particularly active in.” Photograph: James Horan/Collins

The number of agrifood-tech investments in Ireland doubled last year as SOSV, the $300 million venture capital firm established by former Dragons’ Den(...)

Who said moo? Cainthus uses breakthrough predictive imaging to monitor the health and wellbeing of livestock

Cainthus, an Irish agtech start-up that has developed facial recognition for cows, has received an undisclosed equity investment from Cargill, one of (...)