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The Israeli AgriFood Tech Sector

Israel has long been a trailblazer in the field of AgriFood-Tech, having been forced to innovate in order to overcome unfavorable growing conditions. Its landmark achievement was the invention of drip irrigation, a novel way to water and fertilize crops – using minimal resources that went on to revolutionize the meaning of the term arable land. Since then Israel has cultivated a thriving ecosystem – the second largest in the world – home to almost 400 companies. The industry provides a wide spectrum of solutions, helping to increase yields, reduce the use of harmful chemicals, and improve the quality and variety of crops. Over the past three decades, Israel’s agricultural capabilities have been further augmented by cutting-edge technologies like computer vision, artificial intelligence, robotics, advanced communications, traceability solutions, and biotechnology, producing an ecosystem that stretches far beyond the country’s borders.

Here is a list of some companies for your perusal:

  1. AgrinozeOnly Automatic and Autonomous Irrigation and Fertigation Solution in the World Scalable for Food Security
  2. Agrinoze’s fully autonomous irrigation and fertigation proprietary algorithm runs the end-to-end system continuously, collects real-time unique plant and soil data, determines precise irrigation and fertigation commands, and executes them autonomously.
  3. This method is effective for any crop, soil, substrate, and growing environment, including open fields, greenhouses, and orchards, enabling any farm to become a pioneer in the battle for food security. The result is an ideal root zone environment with zero human intervention.
  4. Agrinoze increases yield by hundreds of percentage points, conserves water and fertilizers, improves soil health, and enables food security pioneers to feed the world sustainably by delivering the first scalable solution for boosting global food production.
  5. Agrinoze was recently honored as one of ten startups featured in the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit’s TechHub in San Francisco, California and is active in many markets around the world including the US, Morocco, Israel, Thailand and Indonesia.
  • AquamaofRecirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) with the Least Energy Consumption in the Industry
  • Featuring next generation Aquaculture Technology, Aquamaof’s advance Recirculation Aquaculture System (RAS) technology offers maximum control, minimum maintenance and ultimate sustainability.
  • At the core of the AquaMaof integrated RAS technology is efficient power management, dramatically reducing costs of energy.
  • Strict biosecurity protocols and complete environmental control enable elimination of antibiotics and chemicals in the process and high survival rates. Sophisticated scalable and flexible design enables adaptation to different requirements, and integration of new technologies as they become available.
  • Their track record spans across the globe, and have implemented successful projects in countries like Japan, Canda, Poland and Russia.
  • Bee-ioThe Only Company in the World Making Honey Without Bees (Listed on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange)
  • Utilizing novel bio-processes, micro-organisms are engineered to create the same proteins bees use to transform nectar to honey in their stomachs.
  • Existing methods of honey production endangers bees and results in escalating prices. Similarly, the honey produced may contain toxins, pesticides, and antibiotics.
  • Bee-io’s production technology enables 365-day high production capacity of ‘clean’ honey therefore meeting growing demand and contributing to food security, cost reduction resulting in reasonable prices, and very importantly reduces extinction rate of bees, a critical member of ecological integrity.
  • Bee-io has two successful R&D collaborations with global research powerhouses MIT and the Weizmann Institute of Science.
  • BioticPlastic Alternative: First to produce fully bio-based & biodegradable PHBV polymers in a non-sterile environment, in a continuous process (Backed by Rockstart and The Yield Lab)
  • Biotic provides a fully bio-based & biodegradable polymer manufacturing process, using marine biomass as feedstock for the precise fermentation process.
  • Their PHBV polymers fully degrade into CO2 and water, safely eliminating recycling needs and costs. The circular process also allows extraction of valuable byproducts such as protein, colorants, lipids and other small molecules.
  • Named in the FoodTech 500 2021 list; Finalists of ‘The Tech For Humanity Awards’ – Aviram Foundation with Forbes (Dubai, 2022) and Finalists of the Ag Plastics Innovation Challenge.
  • In advanced stages of collaboration with global leaders in the Food & Beverage, Consumer Goods, Packaging, Medical Care, and additional industries.
  • NextFermThe Only Neutral-Tasting Vegan Protein that can Nutritionally Replace Animal-derived Protein (Listed on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange)
  • NextFerm is a global leader in non-GMO strain development technologies with a proven track record for developing robust and highly efficient strains for industrial scale applications.
  • ProteVin™ is a revolutionary vegan protein. It is the first highly digestible, non-GMO, whole protein that can replace animal derived protein without compromising on nutrition, taste & performance.
  • Its nutritional value enables a faster muscle mass regeneration with minimal protein intake compared to other vegan solutions thus, presenting the most competitive alternative to whey protein.
  • Plantae BioSciencesAccelerating Evolution to Create New Plant-centric Solutions (Backed by NRS Group)
  • Plantae Bioscience synergistically combines 3 scientific disciplines – gene editing (CRISPR and more), metabolic engineering and computational protein design – to accelerate evolution to create new plant-centric realities. Vertical farming, nutrient-enhanced vegetables and cellular agriculture are the main applications. 
  • PLANTAE BIOSCIENCE is committed to improving food security, public health and wellness by utilizing advanced biotechnology tools. It is a partnership between Huminn and the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.
  • Given the challenges to feed the world in an era of climate distress and resource scarcity, new agricultural technologies are needed. These new technologies demand new, and purpose-designed plant genetics.
  • Steakholder FoodsMost Advanced 3D Bio-Printing for Cultured Meat (Listed on Nasdaq)
    • Steakholder Foods Ltd. (Nasdaq: STKH), formally MeaTech 3D Ltd. ($MITC), is on a mission to make real meat sustainable and slaughter free.
    • With proprietary 3D bioprinting technology and advanced cellular biology, the company is developing whole-cut, ground and hybrid products that will allow people to continue enjoying tender, juicy meat while making the right choice for the planet and all its inhabitants. Join the new community of meat lovers and help write the next chapter in the story of meat.
    • Milestones:
      • Funding: $59 Million raised. First Nasdaq-listed cultivated meat company.
      • R&D achievements: December 2021 – Largest ever cultivated steak printed – 3.67 oz
      • Acquisitions & collaborations:
        • February 2021 – acquisition of Peace of Meat, a leading Belgian developer of cultured avian products.
        • July 2022 – Steakholder Foods announces collaboration with Umami Meats, a Singaporean cultured seafood company.
        • May 2022 – wholly owned subsidiary Peace of Meat signs joint development agreement with ENOUGH, a leader in mycoprotein.
        • October 2021 – Steakholder partners with the BlueSoundWaves collective, led by Ashton Kutcher, Guy Oseary and Effie Epstein.
      • Facilities:
        • March 2022 – Steakholder announced plans for an R&D facility and pilot plant in Belgium.
      • IP portfolio – 15 patents submitted, one already granted
  • Tamuz – Preservative and Antibacterial Material
  • Developed a mix molecule from a natural plant source, as well as a synthetic material but identical to the natural one.
  • Experiments show a significant extending shelf life on food product (like fish and meat) and the potential possibility, to apply their product in various food to extend their shelf life, (including drugs and vaccines) which are susceptible to infections.
  • They are now focused on preserving food, medicines and vaccines and the ability to extend the shelf life of various food products, fresh, frozen, chilled and thawed.
  • The product is currently approved by the FDA as a GRAS material.
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pHi-Tech | Poultry Vaccination Systems

pHi-Tech’s poultry vaccination system ensures proper vaccine administration for each shot while achieving maximum efficacy for your vaccination program.

pHi-Tech’s system lets farm owners, veterinarians and integration managers better manage the vaccination process through –

  1. Enhanced accuracy and efficiency of the vaccination process
  2. Online control with real-time alerting for correction of vaccine administration errors
  3. Data collection and storage, enabling analysis and providing significant insights for managers to implement
  4. Enhancing worker safety and reducing human errors

For all enquiries, email Luke at the Israel Trade Commission.

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Vertical Farming on the Up

Vertical Farming is a novel method of growing produce by staking crops one over the other. Plants are grown in-house, with the absence of sunlight and water recycling. Instead, LED lights are shone upon them. There’s no need for pesticides, either. The environment is clean, bug-free, and unlikely to breed any pests.

The controlled growth of plants has proven to be efficient in many ways. The elimination of pesticides, for example, decreases soil pollution significantly. Growth also doesn’t need to depend on external factors, like the weather, meaning produce can be grown all year long.

Vertical farming also reduces transport time and costs. Growing produce traditionally involves a lot of commute time, leading to rotting and wastage. In contrast, vertical farming ensures a safe and healthy supply of fresh produce from neighboring buildings.

Israel, known for its avid interest in technology, is jumping on the bandwagon to support vertical farming and make it available world-wide.

Discover these innovative solutions by Israeli companies:

  1. Vertical Field – Transforming urban eco-systems, Vertical Field is a leading ag-tech company that develops vertical farming systems for smart cities. Vertical Field’s urban farm is an innovative and accessible way to meet the rising population’s need for nutritious food, by growing produce in any indoor or outdoor urban space. The unique geoponic (soil-based) platform is capable of growing over 200 types of crops that can be planted and harvested easily, and grow to maturity within 21 days.
  1. Saffron-Tech – enables the controlled, automated cultivation of agricultural crop under laboratory conditions, saving water, land, and manpower while significantly increasing the quality and quantity of output. The company is specialising, as a first step, in the luxury niche of saffron, also known as ‘red gold’.
  1. TomGrow – is an urban farming start-up focused on the indoor growing market.  TomGrow’s technology allows plants to be grown indoors without the need for soil, irrigation, or direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time. Its breakthrough technology in growth mediums is bridging the worlds of chemistry, agronomy and sustainability.
  1. SoliDrip – systems designed for public and private, outdoor and indoor gardens of any scale, including fruit orchards and vertical gardens and supports most garden plants and planting methods. The company’s technology saves a substantial amount of water and reduces a garden’s overall maintenance cost. SoliDrip’s mission is to boost urban greening and improve the urban environment.
  1. Catchy-by-Davik – Davik has developed a unique, long-lasting dry adhesive which captures flying insect pests.  This adhesive is applied to various colored roller sheets hung in indoor farming situations, protected cultivation greenhouses, indoor vertical leafy green growing structures, insect-proof net houses etc. This is an all-in-one pest control and monitoring system for greenhouses, indoor and net-house farming.
  1. Grofit – develops sensors and software for precision farming in greenhouses.  Its IoT platform employs small, simple, low-cost sensor stations to measure key environmental and plant growth parameters such as air temperature, radiation relative humidity, soil irrigation, fertilization and more.
  2. Growee – AI Based Plant feeding technology – Growee is developing an autonomous nutrient distribution system combined with a growth analytics cloud platform. The company’s technology offers a plant monitoring and feeding solution for small-scale indoor farmers by combining real-time sensing with feeding algorithms and automation.

Written by Veshalaskhe Gajajraj, Trade Officer of Israeli Economic and Trade Mission, Bangalore –

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Plan Bee – Exploring Israel’s Solutions to Australia’s Bee Problem

Cause for Concern

In June 2022, the detection of varroa mites (aptly named ‘varroa destructor’) in sentinel hives at NSW’s Port of Newcastle triggered an immediate national eradication response plan across Australia. This led to a tumultuous six months of tracking, surveillance and implementing biosecurity measures to curb the proliferation of the mite – known globally as an agricultural pest.

The Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry joined forces with its state and territory counterparts to implement the response plan, which follows a three-tiered surveillance system – where the epicenters of outbreaks were designated 10km ‘Eradication Zones,’ assigned parameters where honeybees were systemically (and humanely) euthanised (NSW Department of Primary Industries). While this has slowed the spread of the varroa, the mite has spread as far north as Coffs Harbour. Australia’s zero-varroa legacy has come to an end.

Varroa mites are particularly damaging to honey bees because of how they reproduce. They feed and reproduce on the larvae and pupae of bees in the developing brood – which leads to malformation and weakening of the bees, while also transmitting viruses (BeeAware). This can be potentially lethal to the overall wellbeing of a hive.

Why such a drastic response?

Bees play a massive role in pollinating the plants that we eat – with around 75% of the world’s crops dependent on pollinators. In Australia, it is estimated that honey bees contribute four to six billion dollars to our economy, annually. Indeed, we’re lucky that the varroa has not been cause for concern – until now.

Eradication of the mite is the best policy. The varroa threatens the wellbeing of Australia’s honey bee population, and therefore the wellbeing of our broader agricultural sector.

Israel Buzzing with Solutions

Israel has a long history of innovation within the agricultural sphere. Indeed, this developed largely out of necessity, with two-thirds of Israeli land considered either semi-arid or arid.

Now the ‘Start-Up Nation’ has an array of bee-focused exports at its disposal – and they may be just what Australia needs to combat its bee troubles.

BeeWise has redesigned the beehive to improve bee health management. It has replaced the traditional, 150-year-old wooden box hives that we know, with their own ‘BeeHome’ – a caravan-like structure that both houses and monitors the bees while also performing essential beekeeper tasks, robotically. Some of its capabilities include a climate and humidity control system, and pest and population control.

So what does this fix? Bees are sensitive to changes in temperature within their hives. Any temperature beneath 32.2 and above 35 degrees is considered suboptimal and may inhibit healthy brood rearing. A sustained suboptimal climate may ultimately lead to the very real risk of colony collapse disorder (CCD), where the majority of worker bees in a colony disappear, leaving behind the queen and a few nurse bees to support the brood. BeeWise’s real-time problem alerts can ensure that any change in climate or humidity may be quickly reversed, providing a better environment for brood rearing and reducing the risk of colony collapse disorder.

As we’ve established, the existence of varroa in hives leads to weakened bees and can be potentially lethal. BeeWise’s solution also incorporates pest control, offering continual monitoring for pests. When pests – like varroa – are detected, non-chemical treatment is applied in real time. This results in a significant reduction in infestation and ultimately mitigates colony loss.

As we’ve seen, CCD is disastrous for bee colonies. It is a very real threat, decimating the global bee population – and has had a particular effect on the most common breed of bee – the Western Honey Bee. The global decline of the Western Honey Bee, of course, threatens the global supply chain – due to the broad range of crops that rely on pollination by bee (i.e. ‘pollinator reliant’ crops). Almonds, cotton, avocados, lychees, berries, macadamias, melons and onions are just some examples of pollinator reliant crops.

So, if so many types of crops (and in Australia, so many export dollars) are being threatened by the potential collapse of our tiny friends, is there a backup option? Yes – and it’s called artificial pollination.

Israel’s Bumblebee AI specialises in data-driven artificial pollination that mimics the natural pollination process. Their Crossbee device emits an electrostatic charge (much like bees do) that attracts positively-charged pollen from the crops, which can then be applied to female crops to complete the pollination process. Incorporate robotics into the mix, and you have Robee – a semi-autonomous robotic device that utilises vibration to displace pollen. Its two mechanical arms deliver short vibrations to the base of crops, to free up pollen so that it falls on the female flowers of the plant.

It is clear that the answer to Australia’s (and the world’s) bee troubles lies in Israeli innovation, whether it be through monitoring bee hive health and managing varroa outbreak or if all else fails, artificial pollination. The implementation of technologies like those of BeeWise and Bumblebee AI is pivotal in ensuring the sustainability of Australia’s food supply.

For further information on beetech or agritech more broadly, reach out to Luke Bulbrook.

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Israeli Companies Exhibiting at COP27 (6-18 November) + Australia announces bid to co-host UN Climate Change Conference in 2026

“I deeply believe that COP27 is an opportunity to showcase unity against an existential threat that we can only overcome through concerted action and effective implementation.”

Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

6-18 November

IL Climatech solutions – COP27 Catalogue

In other news:

The Australian government has announced it will bid to co-host the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference in 2026 with Pacific nations.

The Australian government has announced it will bid to co-host the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference in 2026 with Pacific nations.

Chris Bowen, minister for Climate Change and Energy, recently said the government has decided against bidding to host the 29th session of the Conference of Parties (COP29) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2024, and will instead focus on 2026, Xinhua news agency reported.

“Our delegation at COP27 and our COP31 bid will go a long way to help drive Australia’s economic transformation to a net-zero economy, and strengthen green trade partnerships and secure jobs for Australian workers,” he said in a media release on Saturday.

He said the upcoming COP27, slated for November 6-18 in Egypt, is an opportunity to showcase Australia’s renewed climate leadership, “as we demonstrate our potential as a renewable energy superpower.”

The announcement has been welcomed by environmentalists.

Dermot O’Gorman from the World Wide Fund For Nature said hosting COP31 would “revive” Australia’s reputation on climate issues.

“This is an Olympic moment — a huge opportunity to host a nation-building global event,” he told the Australian Associated Press.

At the COP27 in Egypt, Australia’s delegation will demonstrate the government’s commitment to action on climate change, according to Bowen.

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PIC-Plast | Coated Woven Plastic Sheeting for Agriculture

PIC-Plast produces sheeting for greenhouses, tunnels, orchards, vineyards, soft fruits, and ground cover. The company also develops modular metal structures based on its SOLARIG covers.

The SOLARIG Tunnel Kit (STK) is a modular structure for small-scale farmers. The STK includes all items necessary for installation, including the structure and cover, all supplied in modular carton boxes. PIC-Plast also develops modular, multi-span tunnels for commercial fields which are also based on its SOLARIG covers.


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Liquid Gold | Israeli Companies in the Fertilizer Game

A viral video has perfectly summed up a “terrifying” crisis facing the nation within weeks.

In recent days, the urea shortage plaguing Australia and the world has made headline after headline as it threatens to pull tens of thousands of trucks and private vehicles off the road and cause countless everyday items to disappear from supermarket shelves.

Not only is urea used in fertiliser, it is also a key ingredient in diesel ­exhaust fluid (DEF) – also known as AdBlue – which is injected into the exhaust systems of modern diesel vehicles in order to reduce emissions, which is a mandatory requirement for trucks, private vehicles and tractors.

The shortage is expected to peak by February, and could devastate our agriculture and transport industries, along with countless other sectors.

But while the problem is a complex one, an Aussie farmer has explained exactly why we should all be concerned.

Under the popular TikTok account FNQBeersBullsBoars, Queensland cattle farmer Matt Ferguson-Tait began by explaining that urea was essential in his industry, as it was used as a protein for cattle.

So, who are the Israeli companies in the liquid gold game that Australia can look to for inspiration and support?


Groundwork BioAg produces mycorrhizal inoculants for commercial farming. Containing concentrated and vigorous beneficial fungi, the company’s Rootella and Dynomyco inoculants can improve soil nutrient uptake in plants, increase crop yields, improve resistance to several types of stress, and reduce fertilizer requirements. Groundwork BioAg has demonstrated significant yield increases in numerous major crops, including corn, soybeans, sorghum, tomatoes, onions, and cannabis.


HomeBiogas produces small-scale, off-grid systems that convert organic waste, including food waste, animal manure, and human waste, into clean, renewable energy and natural fertilizer.

HomeBiogas systems offer functional and monetary value to households and small farmers while also having a positive impact on the environment. The systems provide health, sanitation, and clean energy solution for billions of people who have resorted to using firewood and charcoal to meet their cooking needs.

HomeBiogas has partnered and completed projects with many governments and international organizations, including the United Nations, Red Cross, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), and SNV Netherlands Development Organization.

Haifa Group

Haifa Group supplies specialty plant nutrients and potassium nitrate for agriculture and industry.

The group’s products include the Nutrigation for precise fertilization through irrigation systems, foliar nutrition solutions for complementary and corrective nutrition, and controlled-release fertilizers for nutrient use efficiency.

Haifa Group has also developed knowledge-sharing platforms such as the Haifa NutriNet online expert system, which enables growers to access up-to-date optimized fertilization programs for their crops.

Haifa Group formally joined the UN Global Compact, adopting 17 Sustainable Development Goals principles. Haifa’s global operations span over 100 countries with 16 subsidiaries, 4 production plants, and 5 logistics terminals.


ICL is a global manufacturer of products based on specialty minerals primarily in agriculture, food, and engineered materials.

ICL produces approximately a third of the world’s bromine and is the sixth-largest potash producer, as well as the leading provider of pure phosphoric acid. It is a major manufacturer of specialty fertilizers, specialty phosphates, and flame retardants. ICL’s mining and manufacturing activities are supported by global distribution and supply networks and are located in Israel, Europe, the Americas, and China.

ICL operates within a strategic framework of sustainability that includes a commitment to the environment, support of communities in which ICL’s manufacturing operations are located and where its employees live, and a commitment to all its employees, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders.


VGI produces organic fertilizers from natural components that support healthy, natural plant growth. Its products reduce carbon dioxide emissions in agricultural production and help break the cycle of excess chemical use in agriculture.

VGIs product lines include the KF formulation for home gardening or agriculture, which is designed to enhance crop size, weight, colour, and yield. It is non-toxic to humans, non-polluting, and does not scorch leaves. The product can be applied through irrigation systems or as a foliar spray or soil drench. Deshen Hatzafon Established in Israel in October 2012 by 7 cooperative organizations representing 260 farming communities in Israel, that together own approximately 150,000 hectares of cultivated farmland.
The Company’s vision is to provide the farmer with the utmost agronomic knowledge to achieve the most efficient treatment for his crops.

Our products offer increased yields with reduced costs whilst at the same time being environmentally friendly by preventing soil and water contamination.

We produce bespoke solid and liquid fertilizers in a wide variety of forms, based on local soil and water type, farmers requirements and agronomists analysis, in order to provide optimal nutrition for all agricultural crops.

Our R&D department, agronomist and professional staff strive for excellence, producing the highest quality products while providing the most professional service. 
The Company’s personnel, led by farmers with field experience, understand our clients’ needs and are able to adapt our services to each client.

We are constantly in search of new ways to improve and simplify agricultural work while maximizing crop yield.


Gat Fertilizers produces tailor-made, fully water-soluble solid and liquid fertilizers for fertigation and basic pre-plant applications.

The company’s Gatit series of solid, fully water-soluble NPK fertilizers can be applied via irrigation systems. Its Shaphir solutions are used for fertigation in greenhouses, nurseries, orchards, and crops on artificial media. Gat also offers a line of micro-element fertilizers.


Efal Agri breeds vegetable seeds and develops raw materials for applications including plant protection, field crops, cosmetics, and water treatment. The company’s product line includes soil disinfection products, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, fertilizers and feed additives, veterinary medical products, and growth regulators.

Efal Agri is part of Efal Chemical Industries Ltd.


Future Tense develops, produces, and licenses a wide range of fertilizers, pesticides, and other products that are both potent and environmentally acceptable.

Future Tense products, such as Ductil-D, Dentamet, Bio-D, and AZN, are designed to nourish, protect, and enhance crop production. The company also has several products in various stages of development, including ecological soil disinfectants and pesticides, organic chelates, and micronutrient fertilizers.


Lextran specializes in sulphur oxide (SOx) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) catalytic pollutant removal in an open-spray tower technology.

The company’s patented technology introduces a multi-pollutant removal process that requires minimal equipment, a relatively small footprint, and only liquid reagents. Its process is considerably less costly in terms of investment and operation than technologies that treat each pollutant separately. In addition, Lextran’s process yields a commercial-grade fertilizer as a byproduct.

Lextran’s technology is suitable for customers such as coal and heavy fuel-fired power plants and industrial installations, diesel power plants, solid waste-management incinerators, and any other combustion plant emitting SOx and NOx.

Lextran is a subsidiary of Ludan Engineer.

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Robotic Perception

Tractor Robots

Robotic Perception is developing autonomous vehicles for farming that provide precision spray solutions, mechanical treatment for weeds, and continuous monitoring of crops and plants using high-resolution imagery and a web-based crop management interface.

The robotic platform integrates high-resolution imagery, inertial sensors, and 3D sensors with actuators that include a spray module and mechanical treatment for weeds. Proprietary software supports accurate operation even in GPS-denied areas for extended periods of time and uses AI and deep-learning modules for crop and plant condition analysis and improved yields.

The company’s other verticals include consultancy services on navigation in GPS-denied environments for the Israeli airspace industry’s autonomous vehicles in the defence sector and the development of a navigation system for drones in GPS-denied environments using sensor fusion of image analysis and inertial sensors.

The company was awarded funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, under the project agROBOfood.

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gorillaLink is a plug and play PaaS solution that seamlessly enables connectivity of smart devices across multiple satellite networks providing 100% global coverage.

We want to re-define the way industries seamlessly utilise their communication devices in a smart and unprecedented way, that allows them to be more efficient and cost effective.

Easy to integrate edge to cloud via satellite connectivity solution. Billing, link management and on boarding process in a single Platform as a Service. 

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Smart Air | Out of the Box Climate Solutions

SmartAir (ISO9001 certified) builds and sells cutting-edge, innovative cooling and heating solutions.

Client base ranges from private customers, to businesses, to large-scale industrial projects, all over the world.

Competes on prices and customer service