Semios Technologies Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Semios Technologies's estimated annual revenue is currently $31M per year.
- Semios Technologies's estimated revenue per employee is $150,500
- Semios Technologies's total funding is $215.4M.
- Semios Technologies has 206 Employees.
- Semios Technologies grew their employee count by 26% last year.
Semios Technologies Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Semios Technologies?
Semios is a scalable, data analytics platform for growers of tree fruit and tree nut crops that helps predict, identify, and prevent pest and disease pressure. The Semios analytics engine draws on multiple sources of data and information including a robust, wireless network of in-canopy sensors on every customer farm measuring climate, soil and insect pest activity. Leveraging a network of 500,000 sensors, providing updates every 10 minutes, we apply big data analytics and machine learning to reduce and mitigate crop risks for growers. Semios improves sustainability by promoting reduced dependency on pesticides and crop management inputs while helping to increase the value of harvests through reduced loss and increased quality.keywords:Agriculture
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Semios Technologies News
Semios, the Vancouver, Canada-headquartered precision ag platform, has closed $100 million in late-stage funding. The round was led by Morningside Group, a Boston-based private equity and venture capital firm. It brings the company’s total funding to $225 million, following a previous $100 mill ...
Semios, a Vancouver, B.C.-based company that develops agriculture technology to assess crop status and risks, today announced a $100 million investment round. Founded in 2010, Semios’ wireless IoT network helps farmers assess the yield and grade of their tree fruit, nut, and other crops in near ...
Semios, a Vancouver, BC-based precision-farming platform, raised $100m in funding. The round was led by Morningside Group. The company intends to use the funds to accelerate its R&D and deployment of solutions to allow growers worldwide to reduce chemical inputs, manage water, organize farming ...
It may already be happening, according to Advanced Intelligent Systems Inc. (AIS) CEO Afshin Doust, whose firm specializes in autonomous ...
For B.C. pest tech startup Semios, it's California here I come ... Gilbert's Semios Technologies develops wireless network technology for farms ...
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