Haber Technologies, Inc., a Cohort 4 member of the ISU Startup Factory, has been named a winner of a 2021 Davidson Prize by the the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). The recognition was bestowed to three top AE50 winners during the virtual special-edition of Commodity Classic on March 2.
Haber Technologies was recognized for its patent-pending, DRI-Stack™ system, an intelligent air delivery system that speeds grain drying, reduces energy use and improves grain quality.
The Davidson Prize was designed to celebrate breakthrough innovations in areas of agricultural, food and biological systems engineering.
The other two winning entries included Purdue University / LeafSpec, LLC for the LeafSpec a portable hyperspectral corn leaf imager, and AGCO Corporation for the 9350 DynaFlex® Draper Header with AutoDock™ a 50-foot flexible header with automatic system for attaching all mechanical, electrical and hydraulic connections of the header to the Fendt IDEAL combine.