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From microbials to nanosatellites: Meet the start-ups driving the agri-tech industry

The inventors behind 17 agri-tech solutions will present their ground-breaking technologies at this year’s virtual World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit.

The featured start-ups have worked to tackle some of the biggest challenges in farming, with technologies ranging from biopesticides to carbon credit systems, blockchain platforms, and autonomous robots.

On Day 1, emerging agtech start-ups Bio-F Solutions, DogTooth, Muddy Machines, and Glaia will  take the stage in front of a live audience in central London, before for rapid-fire presentations and a Q&A with seasoned investors from Astanor Ventures, Blue Horizon, Wheatsheaf Group, and Rockstart.

Bio-F Solutions harnesses the power of microorganisms to produce high-quality bio-fertilizers based on natural algae for agriculture, suitable for organic soils, hydroponic systems, and conventional farming.

DogTooth develops smart robots using computer vision and machine learning software for harvesting soft fruits.

Glaia develops nanomaterial-based products that improve photosynthesis in plants, boosting crop yields sustainably and putting an emphasis on green and abundant resources.

On Day 2, dynamic start-ups will present their fresh solutions and field questions from investors at ICL Planet and Cultivian Sandbox Ventures.

Vivid Machines provides vision technology to digitize permanent and specialty crop production. Their system integrates into existing workflows, capturing plant-level data below the canopy across production.

Reaktor SpaceLab manages high-quality nanosatellites for earth observation for the classification and analysis of vegetation, soil, and carbon emission sources, providing daily, global data for various customer groups.

Read about the other solutions at www.agriland.ie.


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