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Leading precision agriculture company, Taranis, has announced its partnership with precision imaging company, Stratus Imaging, to bring specialized
Taranis, an ag-tech startup that uses aerial scouting and deep learning to identify potential crop issues, announced today that it has raised a $20 million Series B led by Viola Ventures. Existing investors Nutrien (one of the world’s largest fertilizer producers), Wilbur-Ellis venture capital arm …
FRISCO, Texas and TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 13, 2018 -- Agricen, an industry leader in plant health technology, and Taranis, a leading precision agriculture company, have received a grant from the Israel-U.S. Binational...
Artificial intelligence allows farmers to increase yields by spotting pests and diseases early — and has led to a new wave of indoor growing startups.
Integrating aerial imagery with field-level insights helps farmers mitigate the risk of crop yield loss caused by insects, crop disease, weeds, and nutrient deficiencies.
Israeli entrepreneurs and executives convened to discuss how big data and artificial intelligence can be used to tackle the challenges faced by industry and society at Calcalist’s annual Mind the Data conference
Tel Aviv startup Taranis uses a combination of imaging and sensor data to provide valuable insights to commodity crop growers.
Merging technologies help farmers recognize problem zones faster so they can develop the ideal prescription and improve yield.
Biotech and predictive analytics startups dominate the Salinas, CA-based THRIVE AgTech's Top 50 list of agtech companies shaping the future of agriculture for 2018.
The Artificial Intelligence-powered technologies can assist the agriculture sector to yield healthier crops, control pests, monitor soil, and growing conditions, organize data for farmers, aid with the workload, and advance a large range of agriculture-related tasks in the entire food supply chain.
Plagued by tight profit margins amid climate change, a volatile global trade environment, falling commodity prices, and increases in costs for seed,
Israeli imagery analytics for ag platform Taranis has closed a $20 million Series B round of funding led by Viola Ventures, an Israeli venture firm making its first investment into agtech.
Taranis, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based precision agriculture intelligence platform, closed a $20m Series B round of financing.The round was led by Viola Ventures
FRISCO, Texas and TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Agricen, an industry leader in plant health technology, and Taranis, a lea...
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