Our Mission: Helping growers grow
Farmers lose 30-40% of their yield every season due to crop diseases, insects, and weeds.
Taranis uses AI, machine learning, and imaging technologies to deliver Crop Intelligence at scale and solve some of the most pressing problems of agriculture. We help strengthen food security and ensure a prosperous future for agriculture by delivering leaf-level crop insights. With precise, accurate data, ag companies and growers can cover more acres, act decisively with more speed, and identify opportunities to protect crops.
AI-powered crop intelligence: Practical innovation born from a proud farming legacy
Coupling high-end tech with agronomy expertise, we make an impact for thousands of farmers and on millions of acres around the world.
Taranis captures submillimeter aerial imagery via drones. Then, using AI & machine learning we identify threats in near real-time and provide ag advisors and growers with insights they can act on to maximize yield and preserve soil health.
We scan fields throughout the season and gather data at leaf-level resolution. Images are so precise that we can literally count the spots on a ladybug.
Then, automated analysis turns imagery into insights. Analysis is done on mass scale image-by-image and on the field level, with the result of field insights and prioritization scores that help pinpoint risks and opportunities.
Putting insights into action
The insights and data provided to retailers and growers help improve nearly every aspect of crop management: enabling advisors to manage more fields with greater ease; creating prescription plans to apply the right type of pesticide at the optimal rate to ensure the best use of inputs; validating the results of actions taken early in the season; and drafting effective field management plans for the next growing cycle.
Leveraging the most extensive crop imagery dataset
Our AI models are based on the largest crop imagery dataset, leveraging 200+M data points. Our models have been thoroughly trained to accurately identify and annotate emerging crops and their potential threats, including signs of diseases, nutrient deficiency, insects, and defoliation.