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.

Spanish Startup with WBAF Fund investment: A robust response to Mr Covid from equity markets

The WBAF Fund, the angel investment fund of the World Business Angels Investment Forum, an affiliated partner of the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI), announces that BrioAgro Technologies of Spain has closed an investment deal with the Fund. BrioAgro Technologies joined the Global Fundraising Stage of the World Business Angels Investment Forum last…

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.

José Luis Bustos. Director de BrioAgro Technologies

«El riego inteligente permite optimizar cada litro de agua y un control desde el móvil»

La preocupación por la falta de lluvias y las altas temperaturas de las últimas semanas es común en los agricultores andaluces, que miran también con inquietud el bajo nivel de agua acumulada en algunos embalses. En estas circunstancias, y en plena campaña de riego, la empresa sevillana BrioAgro Technologies apuesta por el riego inteligente, con un nuevo producto ya en el mercado que permite «optimizar cada litro de agua que se emplea en el campo», consiguiendo así «ahorrar en el recurso y aumentar la producción agrícola, pues nuestra tecnología posibilita aportar el agua que necesita en cada momento el cultivo»