Agriculture Intelligence, a precision agriculture-science company combining automation, remote sensing and artificial intelligence to provide cloud-based, precision data for specialty crops, has announced a multi-year partnership with NAU Country for its award-winning AI platform Agroview.
More than 150 innovators and entrepreneurs attended an in-person event, while 40 joined via livestream to unveil a new, lighted floor-to-ceiling mural in the lobby of UF Innovate | Accelerate at The Hub.
UF startup and UF Innovate | The Hub resident Agriculture Intelligence, the parent company of Agroview, announced it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.
Florida native and CEO of Agriculture Intelligence Matt Donovan has discovered a “renewed environment with a fertile ground for talent.” A resident company in UF Innovate | The Hub, Agriculture Intelligence is a precision agriculture science company combining machine vision, machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide cloud-based, precision data for specialty crops.
UF agricultural engineer Yiannis Ampatzidis says artificial intelligence — the convergence of new tools for data collection with cloud computing to analyze the explosion of information — is changing the face of agriculture in a way that is nothing short of revolutionary.
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) has named AGROVIEW winner of a 2021 AE50 award.
Dr. Yiannis Ampatzidis and Matt Donovan are the developers of Agroview, a Florida startup invention and a 2020 Cade Prize finalist. A spinoff company located at UF Innovate | The Hub called “Agriculture Intelligence Inc.,” was created, which provides Agroview’s services to growers.
They say knowledge is power. That philosophy is what drives Dr. Yiannis Ampatzidis, an assistant professor at the Southwest Florida Research and Education Center in Immokalee, where he leads the precision agriculture engineering program.