One of the biggest aims for agrifoodtech startups is giving farmers more information and insight into what is happening with their crops.

From sensors to satellites to soil tests, entrepreneurs are taking a variety of routes to helping farmers make smarter, more efficient, and more profitable decisions.

For The Climate Corporation, geospatial imaging has emerged as a particularly promising technology.

“I am excited about this journey we’re on of using data science and digital tools to shift from simply providing growers with high performing inputs to where we are more often providing them with solutions that meet the most pressing needs they have,” Jeremy Williams, head of The Climate Corporation and digital farming at Bayer Crop Science, tells AFN.  READ MORE