Mobile App Development

Lextech Customer LoadOut Receives Top Agricultural Innovation Award in 2012

January 13, 2012

  • Tom Caprel Tom Caprel

Lextech Global Services is proud to announce the Yellow Box agricultural monitoring and control created in conjunction with LoadOut Technologies has won The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) AE50 award for being one of the top 50 innovative products developed in 2011.

The Yellow Box app allows users to control and monitor agricultural processes on their mobile devices away from environmental hazards, and sends notification alerts to users if any issues are encountered.

LoadOut Technologies LLC's Yellow Box allows users to monitor and control processes on their mobile devices in a safe environment away from dust and other hazards. The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers recognized it as one of the top 50 innovative products produced in 2011. (Photo/LoadOut Technologies)

LoadOut Technologies LLC’s Yellow Box allows users to monitor and control processes on their mobile devices in a safe environment away from dust and other hazards. The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers recognized it as one of the top 50 innovative products produced in 2011. (Photo/LoadOut Technologies)

“The companies that have received AE50 awards in the past are among the most-respected businesses in the world. The impact they have had on the agriculture industry is phenomenal,” said Neil Mylet, CEO of LoadOut Technologies LLC. “We are honored to be listed among them, and look forward to positively impacting farmers’ lives like they have.”

Previous winners of the AE50 award include Trimble, John Deere, DICKEY-john Corp., and Case IH. The award is sponsored by ASABE’s Resource magazine, and the Jan/Feb 2012 AE50 Winners issue can be found here.

 

About LoadOut Technologies
LoadOut Technologies is based out of the Purdue Research Park in West Lafayette, Indiana, and engineers revolutionary mobile technology solutions that allow smartphones to empower the people of agriculture.