Arable has won the 2021 “IoT Monitoring Solution of the Year” prize in the AgTech Breakthrough Awards, which recognize the best agri-tech companies, products, and services around the globe.
Arable, a member of Agri-TechE, is based in California, and its products include a portable weather station, Arable Mark 2, which provides localised weather and plant health status in real-time via a mobile phone.
In the UK Arable has partnered with xarvio to combine its hyper-local crop and weather data with xarvio’s powerful crop production optimisation, to support more precise in-field decisions
Jim Ethington, CEO of Arable, said: “We want to thank AgTech Breakthrough for validating our focus and vision with this award. Many of the challenges in agriculture today come down to a data problem: lack of accurate and reliable data costs farmers and enterprises billions in sub-optimally applied inputs, lost yields, and unmanaged risks. Arable’s goal is to offer one centralized, scalable digital solution for the full range of agricultural stakeholders, from farmers and agronomists to global agribusinesses and food companies. The team at Arable is proud of the progress we’ve made towards this vision, and we are proud to receive recognition of that achievement.”
Arable is a data and analytics company that delivers more productive and sustainable outcomes in agriculture through an integrated IoT platform that helps food and agriculture businesses gain visibility and insight into their farming operations. Arable works with the world’s most innovative farms, agriculture input providers, and food companies in over 40 countries.
Read more at arable.com.