Searching the globe for the most intriguing and ambitious ag technologies, a team from the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit has selected 15 ag tech start-ups it believes has the potential to disrupt agriculture as we know it. These innovations, which cover everything from smart robotics and biotech to solar research and precise supply chain tracking, will be featured at the summit being held March 17 and 18 in San Francisco, California.
The 15 start-ups include:
G2V Optics (Canada). An emerging leader in smart lighting, monitoring, and data science solutions for advanced cultivation and solar research applications, G2V is committed to supporting controlled environment producers of fruit, spice, and medicinal crops to grow more using less. The start-up maximizes output, chemistry, and efficiency with its proprietary Engineered Sunlight platform.