Carbon Bee developed a hyperspectral, mounted camera called "SmartStriker" for agricultural fields that monitors weeds and crop stress
The company claims that the core of its technology is telecommunications capacity (4G connectivity) and analysis of leaf reflectance and shape to determine heal...
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Regrow develops a remote sensing platform, OpTIS, for crop health monitoring that uses hyperspectral imagery from drones, planes, and satellites
The platform tracks nitrogen levels to detect stress on crops up to 10 days sooner than traditional methods (e.g., sending samples to a lab); OpTIS ...
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Gamaya provides an SaaS (software‑as‑a‑service) platform for sugarcane and soybean farmers; the company currently has 50,000 subscribing hectares in Brazil
The platform offers other services like trait discrimination in wheat breeding, early disease detection in citrus, examination of crop ...
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Outfield Technologies' horticulture management system uses aerial imagery for individual blossom count and yield forecasting of fruit orchards
The company uses off‑the‑shelf unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to collect high‑resolution images of small to medium‑sized farms (up to 120 acres)
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