TerrAvion provides high revisit rate aerial imagery for agriculture. Our "Overview" service offering focuses on high value crops in California like grapes and almonds.
TerrAvion, an aerial imagery provider, has partnered with PastureMap to offer high-resolution imagery in a grazing management platform to graziers and rangeland managers.
TerrAvion, which helps farms take a high-tech approach to improving yield and revenue, announced today the first aerial imaging solution specifically designed for rangeland.
TerrAvion, the leader in aerial imaging and real-time data for agriculture, today announced a partnership with CHS Inc. (NASDAQ: CHSCP) (NASDAQ: CHSCO) (NASDAQ: CHSCN) (NASDAQ: CHSCM) (NASDAQ: CHSCL), a leading global agribusiness owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States.
YC-backed TerrAvion made an early bet on using planes for aerial imaging for precision agriculture; after a few growing seasons, it’s now expanding its service by also adding a layer of quantitative analysis on top of its images.
TerrAvion began reaching out to wine growers in Lake County about two weeks ago when it became clear that our customers in the area would be impacted by the Rocky Fire and Valley Fire. While some vineyards faced minor damage, others faced devastating losses.
Robert is devoted to making robotics work for organizations. A former U.S. Army officer, he led the first RQ-7B "Shadow" drone platoon in Afghanistan. After the Army, Robert consulted for Deloitte Consulting. There he organized the U.S. Navy’s first Unmanned Surface Vehicle Community of Interest. He holds an M.B.A. from Carnegie Mellon and was the founding president of the Pittsburgh Chapter of AUVSI. Robert has published extensively on how to make robotics work for organizations and robotics businesses capital efficient. His work has appeared in Proceedings of the Naval Institute, IEEE Automaton, Robohub.org, Hizook, and his personal blog robocosmist.com.
Cornell's mission has always been deploying complex systems in the real world. He is a Carnegie Mellon trained Electrical and Computer Engineer. He was the second engineer at what is now Medrobotics. There he took a surgical snake robot from a university prototype to its first use on a human being. Afterward, he returned to Carnegie Mellon to manage the Biorobotics Lab, focusing on snake robots. Cornell holds two issued and several pending patents. He is co-author of several peer reviewed publications. Cornell is also an aviation enthusiast; he got his private pilot's license when he was 18.