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Indyn Pty Ltd

The founders of Indyn have more than 20 years experience in machine vision as it applies to industrial processes. Indyn has been formed to leverage that experience in the agribiz sector.

Grains and cereals are natural products that present unique problems to vision based inspection. The Platypus platform has been developed to overcome these issues by using current photonics and deep learning technologies.

Indyn works with industry via Grain Trade Australia and Government research centres such as Agriculture Victoria to build systems that can overcome the issues inherent inspection and grading of natural products like grains.

Indyn has also developed a strong relationship with the Deptartment of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in the development of a system to ensure biosecurity objectives are achieved both inbound and outbound.

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Indyn: platypus grain inspection platform - investment and partnership opportunity

Opportunity for

  • Partners with understanding of the agribusiness sector and an ability to actively participate in expanding the global opportunities for Platypus technologies
  • Venture capital and strategic partners seeking pre-seed stage investment, interested in biosecurity and bulk grain trading.
  • Led by

    Indyn Pty Ltd

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking interest, Seeking investment, Seeking partners

  • Express interest by

    31 January 2023

  • Readiness
    Late (TRL 8-9)
    Commercial optimisation of the product/service, testing and commercial distribution.

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