It's Time to Up Your Scouting Game

Field scouts are now using the AgroScout AI drone platform to find bugs and disease faster
GPS-tagged image reports
Scout 50 acres in 20 min.
Picks up late and early blight, etc.
Better detection means less spraying
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Testimonials

The AgroScout early disease and pest detection system is trusted by growers all around the world.

I have over 35 years of experience in professional counseling for Yir’on Agrobusiness, preventing, detecting, and monitoring pests and diseases for a variety of crops. Yir’on has about 20 fields with total area of 240 hectares. Without a doubt, I have found the use of drone and the AgroScout software very friendly, especially with its ability to get up-to-date, reliable information on a much larger scale in a shorter amount of time.
Mirit Shulman,
Chief Inspector, Field Crops,
Yir'on Agrobusiness
Easy to use and easy to operate, AgroScout could change everything about my day-to-day with insects, diseases, and viruses.
Alexandre Dzierwa,
Grower and Agronomist,
Dzierwa Group, Licensed PepsiCo Grower
I have been a professional crop adviser for the last 25 years (with 18 years as regional manager for a large farming operation). As soon as I started using the AgroScout platform, I realized how this technology is going to change my work. For example, in just 20 minutes, I can scout an area that would have taken me 3-4 hours by foot — and I would have sampled less than a tenth of the number of plants.
Amnon Fried,
Agronomist and Field Crop Inspector

The AgroScout Platform

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AgroScout Sky
Easily mark the specific field or selected area you want to scout and then dispatch the drone for autonomous data collection
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Web-Based AI Reporting & Analysis
Uploaded images from the Scouting app are scanned for early identification of pests and diseases across an entire field
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GPS Tagged Findings
Enable professionals to address the issues discovered in the field and offer a plan of action

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Working with

Rachip is an R&D center, developing HW and SW for industries like: Semiconductors, Medical, Autonomous systems, Communication, IoT, Fintech and more. The company employs 130 engineers, most of them are women engineers from the religious community in Israel. Rachip has two R&D centers, one in BneiBrak and the other in Haifa. Among the Company’s clients are MNCs, Israeli Defense companies as well as various startups.

AgroScout and Birdstop partnered to build a fully automated early detection solution for crop diseases and pests. The system turns ordinary off-the-shelf drones into intelligent field scouts deployed autonomously from docking stations located in the field.

 

The bird foundation supporting is AgroScout and Birdstop partnered to build a fully automated early detection solution for crop diseases and pests. The system turns ordinary off-the-shelf drones into intelligent field scouts deployed autonomously from docking stations located in the field.

AgroScout was selected to take part in the Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) Technological Incubator Program. Along with The Trendlines Group, the IIA was the first investor in the company.

 

 

AgroScout began as part of the Trendlines Agtech incubator. Trendlines and the Israel Innovation Authority were the first investors in the company.