Ecoppia Raises $40M for Robotic Maintenance of Solar Panels
Agritech, also known as Agtech, comprises technological innovations and capabilities that change how food and other agricultural products are grown, harvested, packaged, stored, transported, processed and sold - making the farm-to-table process more efficient, sustainable and safe. Israel is uniquely positioned to utilize sophisticated technological solutions to address the challenges that the world farming community faces at all stages of the food supply chain. The strength of Israel’s Agritech sector results from a variety of reasons, including government support and the lessons learned from the local shortage of natural resources, which fostered innovative methods and technologies for “growing more with less” long before it became one of the world’s pressing challenges. Over the past few years, there has been a global move towards data-enabled technology and the Internet of Things, technologies where Israel is acknowledged as a global leader. The range of Israel’s Agritech innovation capabilities is broad and varied, including in-soil and in-tree sensors, cutting-edge swarming robot drones, plant genetics platforms, cultured meat, alternative proteins, smart irrigation, and big data analytics software.
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With the growing awareness of consumers regarding the effects of food consumption on both themselves and the environmentLearn More
Throughout the various stages of the food supply chain, it is estimated that around 30% of produce is lost and wastedLearn More
The agricultural labor shortage is increasing in many parts of both the developed and developing worldLearn More
The combination of a growing global population and environmental concerns are together triggering the need to find technologies that help farmers grow more food with fewer resourcesLearn More
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