Deere adds new companies to Start-up Collaborator program
John Deere has added four companies to its 2021 Start-up Collaborator program. These startups are Nori, NVision Ag, Scanit, and Teleo. John Deere and the start-up companies will test innovative technologies with customers and dealers.
John Deere’s Start-up Collaborator program was launched in 2019 to enhance and deepen its interaction with start-up companies whose technology could add value for John Deere customers.
For 2021, Nori, NVision Ag, Scanit, and Teleo are added to the Start-up Collaborator program.
Nori is a company working to reverse climate change by building a carbon market where all types of consumers – from individuals to large corporations, can purchase carbon credits directly from farmers.
NVision Ag is working to help corn farmers make nitrogen management decisions based on data modeling and aerial imaging.
Scanit provides physical detection and classification of airborne plant pathogens before widespread disease onset.
Teleo is converting construction and mining equipment into tele-operated robots controlled by operators working remotely from a desk, thus unlocking productivity and operational gains for contractors.
The Start-up Collaborator is a year-long program that provides flexibility for Deere and startup companies to test innovative technologies with customers and dealers without a more formal business relationship. Start-ups also gain affiliation with and mentoring from John Deere.
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