The market-changing technology, AirJet™ Vision, has superior vision camera capability that allows for the grading of cherries and blueberries to be achieved at the highest standards and in the next release stage will be enhanced to surpass any other grading machinery in the market with previously unreleased camera technology, at a much more affordable price.
Improving upon GP Graders current suite of technologies, this new innovation will give packers an ability to either convert to the AirJet™ Vision, or to upgrade their existing grading machinery with the more innovative, results-driven camera technology platform.
“It has been imperative for GP Graders to work closely with packers worldwide and understand the real issues they experience with their current grading machinery technology,” said GP Graders CEO Stuart Payne.
“We understand the market and the market has been telling us to develop our own software platform with an easy to use interface and to keep ahead in the technology game, which is what we have done. We are now in full control of our development and have a full pipeline of development projects to release to the market over the next couple of years. This is a really exciting time for GP Graders, and we have received nothing but positive feedback from our customers.”
“We have invested 3 years and a lot of money into building a vision grading system that heavily focuses on the packer’s outcomes, their ability to market produce and reducing the actual costs of the machinery and operators”.
AirJet™ Vision is world-class technology, with superior functionality and is easy-to-use allowing greater control without third-party interference. Additionally, the training for AirJet™ Vision takes approximately 1 to 2 hours and is supported at no additional cost by GP Graders.
“GP Graders has been working extensively on building our own proprietary best-of-breed technology that can be purchased at a substantially lower cost than existing technologies, and as the software develops packers will be in a position to upgrade from their current systems to AirJet™ Vision,” said Payne.