Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN) has partnered with IntelinAir, a 2019 EnterpriseWorks graduate, to bring meaningful crop intelligence to WHIN members. Their three-year agreement will allow IntelinAir to share their AgMRI™ technology for the purpose of helping WHIN members better identify at-risk crops, monitor interventions’ effects, and improve operational efficiency.
Johnny Park, CEO of WHIN, stated that, “We are excited to add IntelinAir’s AgMRI product into the available offering of smart technology to our members. By being alerted to issues as they arise, WHIN members will be able to proactively address problems and make more informed management decisions.”
IntelinAir’s AgMRI gathers high resolution aerial images, temperature readings, humidity measurements, rainfall, soil samples, terrain type, equipment utilized, planting rates, applications, and more in order to determine patterns that agronomists and farmers can use in their decision-making. On March 10, IntelinAir announced that it joined the NVDIA Inception program as a community member, allowing the startup to collaborate with industry-leading experts and other AI-driven startups. More recently, on April 16, Jacobs’ and IntelinAir announced their partnership.
IntelinAir is a full-season and full-spectrum crop intelligence company focused on agriculture that delivers actionable intelligence to help farmers make data-driven decisions to improve operational efficiency, yields, and ultimately their profitability.
Read the whole article about the new partnership in the AgriNews news release.