Based in Groningen and Emmen, Dacom Farm Intelligence helps farmers across the world get the most out of their crops, with tailor made advice based on cutting edge data and sensor technology. The company has been an international authority in agricultural consulting for 30 years and is active in over 50 different countries.
AgriFly uses drones to measure the biomass of crops, making it easy to see which crops are growing faster than others. Farmers can use this data to see whether their crops receive too little fertilizer, or too much. The startup is one of the first lucky few to start experimenting with the new 5G mobile network in this year, and in fact is the first Dutch company using 5G for drones.
Avebe, Groningen University and Triade have reached agreement about building a new innovation centre at the Zernike Campus in Groningen. It will be a complete innovation centre with a laboratory, pilot factory, office and a client innovation centre. Agreements have also been reached on cooperation in the area of research and education.