Technology at Tyson Foods
You might be surprised with the tech we're exploring at Tyson! From AI and machine learning to robotics and automation, what we work on is found on farms, in plants, at our corporate offices, and in the hands of our CEO.
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Our data scientists are developing algorithms to surface new insights and improve the decisions we make.
Our architects investigate new technology and lay the foundational structure for our technical solutions.
Our developers and engineers understand, organize, and develop ways to harness the power of our data.
We have a wide variety of infrastructure needs and are increasing our adoption of cloud native solutions.
Our program and project managers excel at coordinating work across our functions using agile methodologies.
Our analysts future proof and plan out how our technology teams partner for Tyson Foods' long-term success.
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Scott Spradley believes Northwest Arkansas, home to Walmart and Tyson Foods, is known around the world as a supply chain and logistics center of excellence. That awareness has resulted in an onslaught of new company expansion in the past five years.
Our Lisbon IT Hub is laying the groundwork for the people, systems, and processes necessary to support Tyson Foods’ expansion into the European markets.
Tyson uses DICE to set up secure data ingestion jobs in minutes without having to manage complex connections or write, deploy, and support their own code.
This is the first in a two-part blog series on how Tyson Foods, Inc., is utilizing machine learning to automate industrial processes at their meat packing plants by bringing the benefits of artificial intelligence applications at the edge.
Tyson Ventures, invests to further the tech company’s work in artificial intelligence applications used in meat processing.
COVID-19 didn’t break the supply chain, it simply accelerated changes already underway, says MIT’s Yossi Sheffi. His new book details what’s coming next.
This spring, Tyson Fresh Meats became the first beef processor to make a major move toward a nationwide cattle traceability system.