End-to-end agritech service that helps farmers gain insight into the health and productivity of each and every one of their trees.
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SeeTree raises $11.5M to help farmers manage their orchardsSeeTree, a Tel Aviv-based startup that uses drones and artificial intelligence to bring precision agriculture to their groves, today announced that it has raised an $11.5 million Series A funding round led by Hanaco Ventures, with participation from previous investors Canaan Partners Israel, Uri Le...
BREAKING: Israeli Drone StartUp SeeTree Comes Out of Stealth with $15m Series A for Perm Crop Service - AgFunderNewsDrone, sensor, and software company SeeTree launched today and announced the close of a $15 million Series A led by Hanaco Ventures with participation from existing investors Canann Partners Israel and Waze app founder Uri Levine. Other investors participated in the round including international multi-sector VC firm Mindset and iAngel.
Israeli AI tree data co SeeTree raises $11.5mIsraeli AI tree data company SeeTree has come out of stealth and announced that it has closed a $11.5 million Series A financing round led by Hanaco Ventures, and with the participation of investors from its seed round, including Canaan Partners Israel and Uri Levine and his investors group, as well as iAngels and Mindset.
Israeli agritech startup SeeTree raises $11.5 million and launches its crop monitoring service - Tech.euTel Aviv-based startup SeeTree has come out of stealth mode with an $11.5 million Series A funding round led by Hanaco Ventures, with participation from existing investors, including Canaan Partners Israel, Uri Levine, iAngel, and Mindset. This round brings the total amount raised by the company to $15 million.
SeeTree sees the wood for the trees with the help of AI and drones - GritDailyDrones are everywhere. With a few exceptions, the majority of these flying, camera-wielding machines are in the hands of consumers, forever reproducing the same cliched videos. But drones can do so much more than that. They are helping to provide security, examine oil pipelines, and measure mineral reserves.
AI and drones give farmers an edge as SeeTree takes offThe smart farmer may want to park a drone next to their tractor, with startup SeeTree promising to use AI and sensor-packed UAVs to bring big data to agriculture. Hovering out of stealth mode today, SeeTree is promising to make a new "intelligence network" for trees, as a way to squeeze more efficiency out of food production.
SeeTree Has Officially Launched! - SeeTree.AI - MediumSeeTree is launching today a new agritech service for permanent crop growers who are looking to gain deep insight into the and productivity of each and every one of their trees. The end-to-end service provides growers with intelligence on individual trees and tree clusters from the air, ground, and underground.
Barking up the right tree: Israeli startup SeeTree aims at better fruit yieldTel Aviv-based startup SeeTree said Wednesday it was launching a new service that will provide crop growers with "deep insights" into the health and productivity of every single one of their trees.
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Tree Intelligence Startup Raises $15 MillionFor daily updates, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here. SeeTree also launched its tree analytics service, which has been operating under the radar in California and Brazil, where it provides citrus growers with full data packages on their individual orange trees.
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How This Company is Transforming the AgriTech Industry by Blending AI, DronesArtificial intelligence experienced a series of booms in recent decades, each of which led to the disruption of their respective industries. One industry that artificial intelligence somehow fell short on was agriculture. This stands to be an issue globally, especially when considering the fact that presently, it's crucial for farms to produce much more food while using less resources.