Conserving the world's resources
We optimize water and nitrogen
WHAT WE DO
We use aerial spectral imagery to optimize water and nitrogen
California farmers in water crisis
This year is expected to be the driest in Californian history. Farmers across California and the world face resource crises due to climate change, droughts, regulation, and other factors. These farmers can use our data to optimize crop management decisions like fertilizer application, irrigation schedules, differential irrigation, and more without any upfront capital expense.
A quantum leap from traditional irrigation
Increase yields through improved performance and problem detection
We use UAVs/ aerial photography and spectral image processing to monitor crop variables like water stress and nutrient content. We make the data actionable (eg, when should you apply water, where are clogs/leaks in the irrigation lines) and send it over the cloud to farmers
WHO WE ARE
Ash is a Stanford MBA+MS (Earth Sciences), worked in strategy consulting (BCG), and discovered a need for data in agriculture when working on large-scale farms in Colombia and Brazil
Robbie grew up in an agricultural family in Argentina, where he saw the potential of bringing cutting edge technology to farming. He is a Stanford PhD (Aeronautics and Astronautics)
WHO are we working with?
Piloting technology with someof the largest, most respected growers in California
How to reach us
You're awesome. Let's talk.
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