GrowSafe Systems Inc. joins CATAAlliance: Advancing Canada's competitive innovation nation
May 28, 2014

Ottawa, May 28, 2014 - The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) is pleased to announce that GrowSafe Systems Inc. has become its newest corporate member. 

GrowSafe has developed an animal monitoring system, using Intel Canada technology, with the capability to collect and process massive amounts of data about the health and wellness of every head of cattle on a modern farm. Today, GrowSafe is helping to build bigger and healthier cows in 22 U.S. states, seven Canadian provinces and on farms in Mexico, Australia, Brazil, and Europe. Reid, concluded, " Our relationship and sharing of expertise creates an ideal synergy for helping advance Canada as a number one competive innovation nation,"

“GrowSafe is a true Canadian innovation leader and a role model for others aspiring to create commercial successes” says CATA President John Reid. “We are honoured that such an innovative company has turned to CATAAlliance to build relationships and brand, find partners, collaborate with other companies and advocate for improvement to Canada’s business climate."

Alison Sunstrum, Co-CEO GrowSafe Systems, adds that “CATA is a valued leader in promoting innovation, business networking, research, and forums in Canada’s technology sectors.  GrowSafe is proud to join the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance.” 

Reid, concluded, " Our relationship and sharing of expertise creates an ideal synergy for helping advance Canada as a number one competitive innovation nation"

About GrowSafe Systems Ltd.

GrowSafe's intelligent animal measurement, monitoring and management platform non-invasively acquires data continuously from multiple biometric and environmental sensors deployed in the livestock production environment. GrowSafe's patented technology offers a scientifically proven unprecedented ability in real-time to continuously and automatically monitor individual animals, measure and predict their market value and identify and treat targeted animals without human intervention.