Promising Brazilian AgTech Companies: Engineeringness Spotlight Series

2024 Update
January 5, 2024

Brazil, a country of tremendous geographical size, has equally vast opportunities for developments in the AgTech industry. With the nation being a global leader in areas like coffee, beef, and soybeans, combining these existing strengths with innovative technology has created an exciting new wave of agriculture-focused companies in Brazil since 2015. The wealth of resources, both natural and human within Brazilian borders, makes it an ideal landscape for Agtech startups to flourish. From 3D imaging technology for cattle to farming management systems, these companies are revamping agricultural practices with cutting-edge technologies. In the following sections, we will delve into the profiles of these companies that are set to revolutionize the farming industry.

Olho do Dono

Founded in 2015, is the proud recipient of awards for their innovative technological solutions in the livestock industry. Based in Victoria, their 3D camera technology aids in accurately estimating the weight of cattle. Their groundbreaking work is widely acclaimed amongst numerous startup competitions. Check them out on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Feira Orgânica Delivery

Your go-to supplier of organic products in Brazil. Bruno João established this e-commerce platform in 2015 with a B2C model. They are headquartered in beautiful Florianópolis, Santa Catarina. Stay updated with them on Facebook and Twitter.

Bitscale

Sao Paulo-based company redefining traditional farming methods. Through their innovative use of Internet of Things, they are helping to create an Agriculture 2.0. Connect with Bitscale on Twitter to learn more about their work.

JetBov

Operational since 2015, they specialize in creating software for the agricultural industry, particularly livestock. You can follow JetBov on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Sensix

Leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning, and IT to innovate farming practices. Their platform, FieldScan, delivers weed localization maps, quantifies planting gaps, and identifies vigor and biomass variability amongst other features. They have a powerful presence on social media, so be sure to check them out on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Smartfarm

Enhances and simplifies agribusiness operations. Their tech-solutions help farmers better understand their production in real-time. Their focus includes aspects such as milk production, weight management, vaccinations, and genealogy. Stay connected with Smartfarm on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Grão Direto

A web platform that connects grain producers with buyers in need. Their technology allows for incredibly efficient interactions and transactions, making trading in grains seamless. Engage with them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Treevia – Forest Technologies

A company devoted to making forest monitoring faster, more reliable, and secure. Through the use of Big Data, Machine Learning, and IoT, Treevia is truly innovating forest monitoring. Keep an eye on their progress on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Auster Tecnologia

Advancing the farming industry in Rio Grande Do Sul. While details about their activities remain scarce, their commitment to AgTech innovation is clear. Engage with them on Facebook and LinkedIn to learn more.

Agrisolus

Leveraging artificial intelligence to innovate poultry farming. With their groundbreaking technologies, managing poultry farms has never had more potential.

Produtor Agro

A go-to e-commerce platform for inputs and agricultural equipment serving all over Brazil. Being partnered with numerous respected suppliers, they ensure farmers get the best supplies directly from the industry. Stay updated with them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Brazil’s vibrant AgTech industry is abuzz with innovation. These companies, established in 2015 or later, are game changers within the industry and offer significant contributions both in Brazil and globally. Through a combination of technologies such as 3D imaging, IoT, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and more, these companies look set to push Brazilian agriculture to new heights.

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