Paris & London, 28th October 2021
SpaceSense, a leading space and ag-tech company specialised in satellite imagery analytics, has just announced a commercial partnership AGRIVI, one of the global leading farm management solutions. The collaboration focuses on providing high-quality prescriptions maps to growers and agronomists, to enhance timely data-driven decisions and help farmers to optimize their agronomical practises reaching higher efficiency and better crop quality
SpaceSense is a French space and agtech company specialized in providing advanced satellite data to digital agriculture service providers. The company provides information on crop health, soil moisture and farming practices. They recently unveiled a new product “VRA Zoning tool” which enables its customers to build complex variable rate applications. This includes multi-layered fertilizer prescriptions maps, seeding maps, irrigation management zone identification and much more!
AGRIVI is a global leader providing digital ag-tech solutions on a mission to help farmers and key industry stakeholders to reach economically and environmentally sustainable food production. Their vision is to change the way food is produced globally impacting over a billion people.
Both companies joined forces to provide more capabilities and flexibility to AGRIVI’s customers in their daily farming operations. Directly integrated in AGRIVI’s platform, SpaceSense’s “VRA Zoning tool” allows the users to mix satellite vegetation indices, yield maps, soil maps and other agronomic data layers into one single prescription map. This method provides the best of both worlds: the regularity and precision of satellite imagery, with the reliability and historical information of ground field information. The result is a prescription map more accurate and robust than most solutions on the market.
“Easy to use, fully integrated prescription maps are instrumental in our efforts to build up a turn-key platform which will empower farmers and food companies to reach more accurate data-driven decisions for their field operations as well as achieving significant cost savings on input application, improved yields and sustainable production practises. We have identified Spacesense as the ideal partner in this endeavour” says Matija Žulj, CEO and founder of AGRIVI
Through this partnership, both companies look to increase the value delivered to customers and additionally support AGRIVI’s global customer base. “The combination of information is key in precision agriculture” says Sami Yacoubi, cofounder of SpaceSense, “By offering such solutions that mix several different sources, we aim to increase the quality of information delivered to the farmer and help develop a solid trust into satellite imagery technology, which is going to play a larger role in agriculture in the years to come”.
To know more about SpaceSense visit: www.spacesense.ai
To know more about AGRIVI visit: www.agrivi.com