Search company, investor...

Founded Year



Incubator/Accelerator - III | Alive

Total Raised


About AgroSmart

AgroSmart offers a platform for smart farming. The company uses sensors, meteorological data, image processing, and an online application to provide real-time crop monitoring for precision agriculture. The platform connects the farmers to access real-time information about their fields and receive information about various issues. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Headquarters Location

R. Pereira Tangerino, 128 – Jardim Guanabara

Sao Paulo,


+55 1933425387



Expert Collections containing AgroSmart

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

AgroSmart is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Agriculture Technology (Agtech).


Agriculture Technology (Agtech)

2,418 items

Companies in the agtech space, such as equipment manufacturers, surveying drones, geospatial intelligence firms, and farm management platforms

Latest AgroSmart News

Leading Through Disruption: Leaders Needs These Skills To Navigate The Future

Oct 18, 2023

World Economic Forum/Pascal Bi By Francois Bonnici, Head of Foundations, World Economic Forum The world is facing a series of disruptions that will fundamentally alter our lives: transitioning to net-zero, nature-positive world, a fracturing global political order, the proliferation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to name a few. How we navigate these changes will depend in large part on who leads us — in our organizations, communities and society at large. But the definition of good leadership itself is, in many ways, changing as societies and organizations grapple with complex challenges that give rise to increased scrutiny on ethical, inclusive and sustainable practices. However, research by Deloitte shows that just 23% of employees believe their organization’s leaders currently have the capabilities necessary to manage in a disrupted, boundaryless world. This perceived lack of readiness may stem from a misunderstanding of the implications of and opportunities in the new world we are entering. Therefore, it is crucial for leaders to cultivate three key competencies: adaptability, cross-cultural understanding and forward-thinking. Since its inception in 2004, the Forum of Young Global Leaders has offered a platform for leaders to experiment with fresh ideas and strategize solutions. Its unique three-year leadership development programme fosters a culture of diversity and collaboration, equipping future leaders with the necessary skills to excel in an increasingly complex world. Below are three ways leaders can develop these skills: MORE FOR YOU Harness adaptability The pace of change is only accelerating, and disruptions are becoming more common. Leaders need to be adaptable and able to pivot their strategies in response to changing circumstances. For example, Victor Ochen , a Young Global Leader (YGL) and Nobel Prize nominee, exemplifies adaptability in his approach to driving change. His work, ranging from Uganda to Ukraine, is steeped in a commitment to healing the traumas of war. His organization, the African Youth Initiative Network, has provided crucial psychological support to over 21,000 individuals affected by violence. Demonstrating a remarkable ability to adapt his experience and knowledge to new contexts, Ochen has expanded his reach beyond Africa. He spearheaded a pan-African initiative to mobilize psychologists and other conflict responders to aid in Ukraine. “We are brothers, as Africans. We are stepping forward to help our brothers and sisters who are caught up in conflict in Europe, especially in Ukraine,” says Ochen. Through his work, Ochen highlights that being able to apply learnings to changing contexts is not just a valuable skill for leaders in today's era of disruption, but an essential one. Embrace lifelong learning Lifelong learning breeds innovation. Leaders who make it a priority to consistently seek knowledge are more likely to generate novel ideas and solutions. YGL Mariana Vasconcelos leveraged her love for learning to help farmers connect technology with agriculture. As the CEO and co-founder of Brazil-based AgroSmart — the largest agricultural data network in Latin America, Vasconcelos developed a platform that collects and processes data to generate insights that support 100,000 farmers in making data-driven decisions and overcoming the uncertainty of climate and climate change. Its network of farmers aggregates information that continuously improves the quality of the insights provided and supports companies in the whole-food system to transition to a more productive, sustainable and climate-resilient supply chain. “Growing up in an agricultural family and handling food from farm to table, I developed a passion for food systems. It translated into the creation of AgroSmart. My daily duties include interacting with the market, investors, corporate clients, entrepreneurs, and stakeholders, by which I constantly update my knowledge and build upon our vision and strategy,” says Vasoncelos. By fostering a culture of continuous learning and curiosity, Vasconcelos harnessed technology and data to enhance farming practices. This underscores how leaders committed to continuous learning can stay ahead of the curve, driving innovation that can disrupt entire industries. Build a culture of collaboration In times of rapid change and disruption, leaders must foster a culture of collaboration, encouraging diverse perspectives and shared learning to generate innovative solutions. For example, YGLs Neema Kaseje, Humanitarian Surgeon and Health Leader at Médecins Sans Frontières, Guillaume Lefèvre , Head of Brokers Channel & Customers Commercial Insurance, Zurich Insurance Group and H.R.H. Jaime de Bourbon de Parme , Climate Envoy for the Netherlands Government, recently unveiled a plan to revolutionize health services in rural and refugee communities. Using digital technology, including AI and machine learning, they aim to eliminate inefficiencies and optimize surgical procedures, while also promoting environmental sustainability and health equity. With the goal of improving health access and reducing costs, this coalition is working to create a brighter future for those in need of life-saving care. Similarly, one group of YGLs have launched the India Coalition, to support the country's commitment to restore 26 million hectares of deforested land and sequester 2.5-3 billion tons of CO2 equivalent by 2030. Led by YGL Bhairavi Jani, Executive Director of SCA Group of Companies, the coalition is working closely with the World Economic Forum to help mitigate the effects of climate change, water scarcity and loss of topsoil in India. This restoration is critical for the livelihoods of India's 700 million rural inhabitants who depend on forests and agriculture. Fostering a culture of collaboration and shared learning in times of rapid change and disruption is more than a leadership approach — it's a tool for generating solutions with far-reaching impact. Leaders like Ochen, Vasconcelos and the many other YGLs in our community embody what is essential for leaders in a changing world. They are empathetic and have experience: on the ground, working side-by-side and in their communities. They understand the challenges the world faces, but they are not intimidated by them. They see opportunity in them. Whether it is using AI to help farmers and reimagine the food system, or using digital technologies to revolutionize health services in rural and refugee communities, these leaders share the ability to identify opportunities in disruption and affect positive change. That is what we need from our leaders today and moving forward. Follow me on  Twitter .

AgroSmart Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AgroSmart founded?

    AgroSmart was founded in 2014.

  • Where is AgroSmart's headquarters?

    AgroSmart's headquarters is located at R. Pereira Tangerino, 128 – Jardim Guanabara, Sao Paulo.

  • What is AgroSmart's latest funding round?

    AgroSmart's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator - III.

  • How much did AgroSmart raise?

    AgroSmart raised a total of $9.45M.

  • Who are the investors of AgroSmart?

    Investors of AgroSmart include Endeavor Brazil, Sucafina, Positivo Venture, inovaBra, E3 Negocios and 10 more.

  • Who are AgroSmart's competitors?

    Competitors of AgroSmart include Phytech and 1 more.


Compare AgroSmart to Competitors

Cool Farm Alliance Logo
Cool Farm Alliance

Cool Farm Alliance is a science-led, not-for-profit organization that operates in the agricultural sector. The company provides the Cool Farm Tool, a robust carbon accounting tool that helps users quantify and model potential scenarios related to greenhouse gas emissions, carbon sequestration, biodiversity, water, and food loss and waste. The company primarily serves the food and beverage industry, academic institutions, farmer groups, and agronomists. It is based in Grantham, England.

maDCap Logo

maDCap is an experimental arts and entertainment program where we interview compelling figures. These individuals include writers, musicians, filmmakers, entertainers, politicos and other people that make for interesting radio. This internet radio show, which is based in Washington, D.C. has been surprisingly beneficial for us. Were also using various forms to stream our content like Soundcloud, Stitcher, and many other new social applications. We wish to start filming music acts when theyre in town so people can view via our website. There really isnt much programming done here with a national focus that doesnt cover strictly politics. Due to us stressing arts and entertainment, weve been able to sit down and record amazing conversations with amazing people. That is what we sell. Programming. We do not charge for it yet, not for subscribers. But we will. Its time for us to start. Were trying to pump out alternative programming from a city not known for the arts.


SwarmAG is a precision agriculture services provider based in Portland, Maine.

Teralytic Logo

Teralytic is a soil health company operating in the agriculture technology sector. The company offers a comprehensive soil probe that provides detailed soil quality data, including soil moisture, salinity, and NPK at different depths, as well as aeration, respiration, air temperature, light, and humidity. Teralytic primarily serves the agriculture industry, providing farmers with real-time data to manage soil health and optimize crop yield. Teralytic was formerly known as Purebase Networks. It was founded in 2016 and is based in New York, New York.

Auravant Logo

Auravant uses satellite and drone imaging to bring insight to agricultural producers. It offers a mobile application that enables agronomists and farmers to adopt precision agriculture and monitor their crops. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Troo specializes in precision agriculture, focusing on yield monitoring and mapping solutions for the farming industry. The company offers products that enable farmers to install hardware on combines for real-time yield and moisture data collection, which is then processed into automated, precision yield maps. These solutions cater to the agricultural sector, enhancing farm management and decision-making. It was founded in 2005 and is based in Sasktoon, Saskatchewan.


CBI websites generally use certain cookies to enable better interactions with our sites and services. Use of these cookies, which may be stored on your device, permits us to improve and customize your experience. You can read more about your cookie choices at our privacy policy here. By continuing to use this site you are consenting to these choices.