Fabien Peyaud

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Herdwatch founder Fabien Peyaud. The Roscrea-based company has 7,500 users.

New Innovators focuses on new products, services and technologies from Irish start-ups and has been running weekly since 2010. Here we catch up with t(...)

Fabien Peyaud’s  Herdwatch won  the AIB Start-up Academy 2015: the app gives farmers a way to keep tabs on the status of each cow. Photograph: Conor Mulhern

Under the glare of theatre lights on a stage, 11 start-ups set out their businesses at the finale of the 2015 AIB Start-up Academy. They were undertak(...)

 Members of three start-ups pitching at the AIB Start-up Academy launch event in the Sugar Club - Elva Carri and Aine Mulloy   from GirlCrew, Fabien Peyaud from Herdwatch, guest speaker Brody Sweeney of Camile Thai, Sarah O’Connor and Isolde Johnson from Cool Beans. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The second AIB Start-up Academy was launched last night with a networking event in Dublin. The Irish Times and AIB are collaborating again to look fo(...)

Liam Kavanagh, managing director of The Irish Times,  AIB Start-up Academy winner Fabien Peyaud of Herdwatch, and Ken Burke, head of business banking at AIB (right). Photo: Dave Meehan

Herdwatch, a farming app and software package for dairy and beef cattle farmers, won the inaugural AIB Start-up Academy. Its founder Fabien Peyaud acc(...)

Fabien Peyaud of Herdwatch, who was crowned the winner of the AIB Start-up Academy 2015. Photo: Conor Mulhern

Herdwatch, a farming app and software package for dairy and beef cattle farmers, was last night crowned the overall winner of the AIB Start-up Academ(...)

Herdwatch founder Fabien Peyaud: ‘I’m an IT guy, so naturally the thing to do was to figure out how we can help farmers with the adoption of technology.’

“If you’d asked me what a heifer was three years ago, I would have said next question,” says Fabien Peyaud, founder of Herdwatch, a cloud-based “mobil(...)

Fabien Peyaud: “Herdwatch can literally save farmers hours of paperwork every week by allowing them to record farm and animal events on the go as they happen”
New innovator: Herdwatch

“Three years ago I discovered a statistic that shocked me: 93 per cent of farmers did not use any form of computerised herd management system,” say(...)