BrioAgro among the top 5 #agtech startups developing water management solutions.

StartUs Insights highlights BrioAgro among the world’s top startups developing water management solutions in an analysis of 643 global startups and scaleups, showcasing their water management solutions impacting their agribusiness. BrioAgro advances Automatic Irrigation Traditional agricultural water management systems utilize a significant part of cultivation land for preparing channels and distributions. However, through these systems,…

BrioAgro awarded in “Agricultural innovation systems and sustainable agriculture” – ITU.FAO

Geneva, Switzerland. – The Innovation Forum for Transforming Key Sectors in Europe and Central Asia. Organised by the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) was held virtually on 23 September 2021, within the framework of the ITU Regional Innovation Forum for Europe-Asia 2021. Within this forum,…

BrioAgro Test Farm

Video about an A/B Test carried out by BrioAgro at Finca El Pino in Seville, to demonstrate savings in olive grove irrigation.BrioAgro participates in this EIT Foods program called Test Farms, to demonstrate its technology to Tepro Agricultural Consultants, the video shows Finca El Pino, where this A/B TEST is being carried out in the…

BrioAgro, the company that makes it easy and cheap for farmers

They have developed a soil moisture calibration algorithm that allows them to know when, how much and where to irrigate. They obtain the necessary data by using sensor technology that they distribute in the soil and also by capturing localized satellite and weather information. These three sources of information make it possible to monitor the main variables in which the farmer can intervene to improve his crops and to predict very precisely the time and amount of irrigation.

BrioAgro has been the winning startup of the Water Scarcity Innowise Challenge Lab

BrioAgro’s director, José Luis Bustos, thanked EIT Foods, not only for the prize money, but also because it recognizes BrioAgro’s work in the use of low-cost irrigation technology, both for agriculture and for parks and gardens, which in addition to helping to irrigate in a responsible way, contributes to addressing the challenge of water scarcity in the world.