News and Events
November 25th 2022:
Agrowing has won an Award of Excellent Project at the China (Changsha) Overseas Talents Innovation Competition
PT Earthline presents its Palm Oil monitoring solutions using Agrowing's sensors in a series of trade shows in Indonesia. November 2022
Following the USA, EU, Euro-Asia, the Chinese patent office grants Agrowing its Remote&Close sensing patent. May 2022
Agrowing and ADTi announce a sub 800 g. multispectral payload for DJI's Matrice 300 commercial UAV
DroneDJ - Ira Dvir interview with Ishveena Singh
Agrowing at Israel's Agrifood Summit 2021
Agrowing's team will be available for on-line discussions during the event
ZIM AgriPhotonics Virtual Workshop
8 September 2020
"Taking Multispectral Sensing from NDVI to AI", Mr. Dvir, Co-Founder & CEO, Agrowing
Agrowing will be presenting it's 10 and 14 bands sensors, which take Precision-Agriculture from Remote Sensing NDVI to Precision AI
7 September 2020
JUNE 12, 2020
New Sensor from Agrowing Helps Growers Move into the Future of Agriculture
27-28 February 2020 Agrowing will hold B2B meetings at WeTech Berlin 26-27 February 2020. https://newmedia.calcalist.co.il/conferences/2020/berlin/index.html
29-30 January 2020 Agrowing presented at the Farms Precision Agriculture Conference in London, Ontario.
“Hello Ira, please accept our sincere appreciation for the outstanding presentation you made at our Fams.com Precision Ag Conference last week. We are grateful for the time and effort you took to share your thoughts and experiences with our audience. Your enthusiasm was contagious, and your address to our viewers was one of the highlights of the conference.
Thank you again for your contribution.
All my best, Andrew.”
28-30 October 2019 Agrowing exhibited at the Commercial UAV Expo Americas, ans won the press-pitch award for the Innovative Product of the show.
” The new AI enabling 12-narrow band multispectral sensor of 12MP per band from Agrowing is based on the newly released modified Sony A7Riv 61MP camera body. The sensor enables the acquisition of multispectral imagery from as close as 3m (sub 0.4mm per pixel) and at sub 1.5cm per pixel from 100m altitude. It’s a tool that should open up some incredible opportunities in agriculture. “