Agriculture is one of the last industries to be disrupted by technologies like AI and cloud computing, in large part because the right data is not available. There’s never been a more critical time for change: agricultural soils and plants have the potential to restore our climate, all while increasing food production to provide for growing populations.
We launched out of independent research at Brown University with the conviction that imagery today lacks the features necessary to infer beyond what the naked eye can see. Through years of research and development, we have developed the technology and techniques that will enable sustainable global production of carbon-negative, resilient, and nutritious food.
Our team values each other in both word and action -- on any given Tuesday, there could be a vegan baked good from one of our engineers, or fresh honey from one of our data scientist’s beehives.
We are incredibly fortunate to have the team we have today. “A good thing attracts good people.” This simple compliment is compelling because it implies opportunity for success, but also a considerable amount of responsibility. We built our team with both components in mind: our aspirations, and our responsibility to fulfill them.
Our team strikes the unique balance between agriculture, science, and technology necessary to tackle the challenges of AgTech.
People who embrace setbacks have an optimistic view of the world. At Cloud Agronomics, we are motivated by a challenge because the most important solutions are among the toughest out there.
Passion carries a project from start to finish at Cloud Agronomics. We exceed expectations, take initiative for the things we observe, and share what we learn with the team.
Our founders asked questions; that’s how we got where we are today. The questions we ask power iterations and improvemeCollaboration spurs discovery. We are always creating something new at the intersection of ag, science and technology.
Our founders kept asking questions; that’s how we got where we are today. Asking questions powers productive iterations.
Humility goes a long way, especially when doing something that’s never been done before. Honesty and rigor are the basis of all our projects.
We are here to reduce GHG emissions from agriculture. We strive for impact, and yet remain aware of the impacts of our decisions.
We're always looking for partners, talent, and investors who share our vision for the future of food. Please direct all media, partnership, and investor inquiries to Petra Sikorski, Director of Business Development at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also leave your information to the right and she will reach out at her earliest convenience. We look forward to hearing from you!