Nouryon announces stake in AGEYE technologies

Nouryon, a global specialty chemicals leader, today announced it has invested in AGEYE Technologies, a technology company developing an automation platform for indoor farming. The platform uses artificial intelligence to turn visual inputs into crop growth development insights and autonomous actions, that improve the predictability and profitability of harvests for growers.

“At Nouryon, we are constantly assessing investment opportunities in emerging and sustainable technologies that have the potential to become a disruptive force in our key end-markets including Agriculture and Food, Home and Personal Care, and Paints and Coatings,” said Rajeev Rao, Nouryon Senior Vice President of Corporate Development. “AGEYE’s next-generation digital platform has the potential to transform indoor farming.”

AGEYE's digital technology combines the principles of plant eco-physiology and precision farming to create an intelligent indoor farming platform that maximizes plant growth rate, development, morphology, physiology, and ultimately improvement of crop yield, phytochemical content, and flavor.

“The AGEYE platform’s ability to rapidly identify localized growth irregularities and implement corrective actions is an excellent complement to Nouryon’s crop nutrition and crop protection product portfolio,” said Ignacio Garin, Vice President, Agriculture and Food at Nouryon. “We look forward to collaborating closely with AGEYE to accelerate the development of this revolutionary technology and offer our customers the next generation of solutions in the indoor farming sector.”

Nouryon will bring its expertise in crop protection and crop nutrition to the collaboration and further enhance AGEYE’s precision farming technology to optimize indoor growing at scale for growers.

“We are very pleased to partner with Nouryon - they have an extensive global reach in serving fertigation and hydroponics applications with micronutrients and specialty fertilizers and we share a vision of advancing the sustainability of indoor farming,” said Nick Genty, Co-Founder and CEO of AGEYE. “We look forward to collaborating and supporting the rapidly growing market of indoor farming.”

For more information:
Nouryon
www.nouryon.com


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