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TENANT: Intelinair
IntelinAir imagery

EnterpriseWorks startup, IntelinAir was recently named one of seven Ag Tech start-ups to watch in 2018 by 

IntelinAir was founded in 2015 to help farmers make more cost-effecient and smart decisions based on aerial imagery, and is based both in Champaign, Illinois at the Research Park and in San Jose, California.

TENANT: Intelinair

Granatus Ventures, an Armenian based venture capital firm, has made an investment in EnterpriseWorks startup, IntelinAir. 

IntelinAir creates an intelligence system, AgMRI, that provides farmers actionable in-season insights through aerial imagery analytics. AgMRI is able to detect emergence issues, weeds, nutrient deficiencies, outbreaks, infestations and more. 


AgFunder News highlights 20 remote sensing startups, sorted by their main sources of data such as satellites, drones, airplanes, and ground-based sensors.

EnterpriseWorks graduate Agrible is named one of the most prominent players that rely on a combination of drone/airplane-based imagery. Agrible focuses on providing innovative science that farmers and ag companies can use easily every day to improve their production with cloud-based delivery systems, their core offering being the Morning Farm Report.

TENANT: Intelinair | CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks
Naira Hovakimyan

IntelinAir's founder Naira Hovakimyan was recognized for her success and innovation in a special section of MechSE Illinois, called "Robotics in MechSE."  In 2016, IntelinAir won the AgFunder Innovation Award and was also listed as one of five agriculture technology companies for the "Most Innovative U.S. Pre-Series A Startups." 

TENANT: Intelinair | CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

CHAMPAIGN – Each week the News-Gazette’s Paul Wood features a local tech innovator in his column, Wired In. This week he sat down with Naira Hovakimyan, co-founder of IntelinAir.

TENANT: Intelinair

John Rogers of Wearfi and Naira Hovakimyan of Intelinair were named "Researchers that Wowed Us" by Chicago Inno. Read the original story here