EnterpriseWorks agtech startup EarthSense was featured in an article in the New York Times in its February 13 edition. In the article, co-founder Girish Chowdhary discussed EarthSense’s TerraSentia, a farm robot that uses advanced machine-learning skills to collect and report data in the fields.
EarthSense was founded in 2016 by University of Illinois researchers and entrepreneurs Chinmay Soman and Girish Chowdhary. Since their start, the company has developed an agricultural robotics and AI platform with three key applications: (1) developing the next generation of more productive and sustainable crops, (2) helping growers obtain actionable intelligence from their fields, and (3) managing problems like herbicide resistant weeds.
Read the full New York Times article here.