• ApisProtect uses in-hive sensors, retrofitted into existing beehives, to unobtrusively monitor honey bee colonies. The collected data is gathered using mobile networks, then machine learning and big data techniques are applied which provide actionable insights about colony health, diseases, pests and other important events to make effective beekeeping decisions.
  • Auravant uses satellite imagery to map fields, analyse crop indexes, scan areas of interest and analyse the effects of fertiliser, pesticide, etc. The end result being that farmers are alerted to changes in their field as early as possible and are able to proactively react.
  • Bioceanor develops predictive algorithms to forecast the water quality in open waters, improving aquaculture and water treatment facilities.
  • BOTALYS develops pure and potent botanicals by recreating ideal wild conditions, using indoor vertical farming. Their passion for medicinal plants drives their desire to explore the full potential of botanical biodiversity and share it with brands of tomorrow.
  • CarbonSpace is dedicated to creating the global carbon footprint transparency standard, through their satellite-powered platform for carbon footprint tracking. It allows for measurement of carbon emissions and sequestrations from farms, fields, forests and other land-use.
  • Cotter Agritech has developed a system that uses advanced algorithms to enable livestock farmers to transition from blanket treating animals with anti-parasitic drugs, to a very precise application by identifying and targeting only the animals that need treatment.
  • Using machine learning and predictive analytics, Equimetrics will be able to flag any deviations from normal physiology or behaviour, giving early warning to owners and ultimately be able to predict adverse events before they even begin to manifest.
  • Glaia's revolutionary technology developed at the University of Bristol allows plants to harvest light more efficiently and facilitates the processes involved in biomass production resulting in increased crop yields.
  • Hexafly converts low value brewers waste into environmentally-friendly protein and nutritional oil products, of high value to the aquaculture fish feed market. These products are derived from black soldier fly larvae, which consume the brewers waste.
  • (Acquired)
Impact Vision’s hyperspectral software assesses food quality, such as the freshness of fish, the dry matter content of avocados or the presence of foreign objects non-invasively and at production grade speeds, providing 100% product coverage. Acquired by Apeel Sciences in February 2020.

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