Minneapolis-based agriculture technology provider Sentera has announced that it has raised an additional USD 14 million in Series A funding, the company said.
A premier group of food, biosciences, and agriculture investment firms, Chicago-based S2G Ventures, New York-based Continental Grain Company, and Washington, DC-based Middleland Capital, lead Sentera´s new funding group.
The company said the investment will be used to accelerate adoption of AI and drone analytics platform.
Sentera´s sensors and AI technology help detect nutrition, disease and plant status issues, in applications ranging from corn and soybeans to vegetables, fruit, and nuts. Deep learning and advanced computer vision algorithms integrate seamlessly with mobile, sensor, and cloud components to deliver immediate insights to growers, agronomists, and operators.