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Series B | Alive

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Last Raised

$20M | 2 yrs ago

About Arable Labs

Arable Labs provides agricultural enterprises with real-time data and predictive analytics for crop growth, harvest timing, yield, and quality through proprietary hardware and analytics.

Arable Labs Headquarter Location

51 Federal Street Suite 301

San Francisco, California, 94107,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Arable Labs

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Arable Labs is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Agriculture Technology (Agtech).


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Arable Labs Patents

Arable Labs has filed 9 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Radiometry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Acoustics
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Spectroscopy, Agronomy, Plant physiology, Agricultural soil science, Radiometry


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Related Topics

Spectroscopy, Agronomy, Plant physiology, Agricultural soil science, Radiometry



Latest Arable Labs News

Arable Labs Launches In-Field Weather And Plant Measurements IoT Device For Cannabis

Mar 11, 2020

Share: Arable Labs, an agricultural data and analytics company, announced Wednesday the launch of a suite of solutions that deliver in-field weather and plant measurements to growers, consultants, large-scale producers, and processors across the cannabis supply chain. At the core of Arable’s solution is the Mark 2, an IoT-enabled device that collects and synthesizes weather and plant data to facilitate informed decision-making. Designed in partnership with product designer Fred Bould, the Mark is solar-powered, installs in minutes and requires no maintenance. Data is transmitted cellularly via LTE-M, 2G or NB-IoT to the cloud and delivered to an analytics platform. Arable’s machine-learning forecasting model links data collected by the Mark with third party weather models, generating hyper-local weather forecasts specific to the grower’s field. The Arable Bridge connects the Mark with third-party sensor - such as soil moisture probes, anemometers and pressure switches - and integrates data collected by these devices into the Arable platform, giving the grower a complete real-time picture of what’s happening in their field. Growers can access their data through an insights platform, available via web app and the new Arable Mobile smartphone app. Arable Open, an open-source API, allows for seamless data integration with third-party digital platforms. “With this recent product launch, Arable combines unique data from the crop, weather, soil, forecasts, and farmer practices in a package with game changing ease of use,” says Jim Ethington, CEO of Arable Labs. “The result is a much needed solution to help farmers and agricultural businesses to make critical decisions at a time that managing productivity and sustainability has never been harder or more important.” © 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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