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About CropMetrics

CropMetrics is a precision agriculture company focused on advanced agronomic solutions while specializing in precision irrigation management. The company's mission is to develop and supply precision management technology solutions that increase water, nutrient and energy use efficiency while fostering natural resource conservation.On January 13th, 2020, CropMetrics was acquired by CropX. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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1111 County Road R

North Bend, Nebraska, 68649,

United States


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CropMetrics Patents

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Diagrams, Hydrology, Scientific modeling, Graphical user interface elements, Irrigation


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Diagrams, Hydrology, Scientific modeling, Graphical user interface elements, Irrigation



Latest CropMetrics News

Global $29.18 Bn Smart Agriculture Markets to 2028

Oct 6, 2021

October 06, 2021 05:53 ET Dublin, IRELAND The global smart agriculture market size is anticipated to reach USD 29.18 Billion by 2028, expanding at a CAGR of 10.6% Factors such as consistent growth in population, low availability of cultivable land, government incentives, and demand for fresh and high-quality food are expected to drive the smart greenhouse market. The prevailing scarcity of land in urban cities has urged growers to adopt new solutions for developing fresh produces. For instance, the vertical farming technique enables consumers to grow crops indoor in layers, in a multi-story building, stacked on racks, or in a warehouse. The growing population is expected to result in an increased food demand by 2050. Farmers are likely to witness immense pressure in increasing crop production either by making more land available to grow crops or adopting newer techniques, such as smart agriculture and vertical farming. Traditional farming techniques witness several barriers such as climate change, high labor cost. These disadvantages can be overcome with the use of technologies such as LED indoor farming, which creates a nature-like condition to help farmers meet the swelling food demand. Additionally, the changing preference of consumers toward healthier and fresh foods is expected to drive market growth over the forecast period. Agri M2M offers significant opportunities to mobile operators owing to its potential to generate additional revenue through value-added services. For instance, bundling M2M services with a voice or data offering for rural enterprise customers is likely to enhance the application of M2M. Agri VAS has been developed to overcome the information gap faced by farmers in emerging markets such as China and India. Additionally, it also helps in connecting the cultivators with other key players in the agriculture supply chain. Agriculture Value Added Services (VAS) have increased over the past few years owing to their rising awareness among VAS providers, mobile operators, and farmers. A few types of M2M connectivity include cellular M2M, satellite & fixed network, power line, and short range connections such as Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and ZigBee. Smart Agriculture Market Report Highlights The growing trend of producing biopharmaceutical products under a controlled environment is expected to drive the smart greenhouse market demand over the projected period. The software segment is expected to portray the highest growth rate, registering a CAGR of 16.7% over the forecast period. The LED grow light segment is anticipated to witness a considerable growth rate over the forecast period. The indoor farming technique makes use of LED to create natural surroundings for growing vegetables and herbs. The advent of modern agriculture technology along with the flexible pricing of connected devices is likely to influence the South American regional market demand. Various organizations are investing heavily in R&D to offer efficient and low-cost solutions to consumers. Key players in the smart agriculture market include CropMetrics LLC (U.S.), Drone Deploy (U.S.), DeLaval International AB (Sweden), DICKEY-john Corporation (U.S.), and Farmers Edge, Inc. (Canada), among others. Key Topics Covered: Chapter 2. Executive Summary 3.1. Market Lineage Outlook

CropMetrics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was CropMetrics founded?

    CropMetrics was founded in 2009.

  • Where is CropMetrics's headquarters?

    CropMetrics's headquarters is located at 1111 County Road R, North Bend.

  • What is CropMetrics's latest funding round?

    CropMetrics's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did CropMetrics raise?

    CropMetrics raised a total of $2.75M.

  • Who are the investors of CropMetrics?

    Investors of CropMetrics include CropX, Invest Nebraska and Nelnet.

  • Who are CropMetrics's competitors?

    Competitors of CropMetrics include Farmers Edge and 1 more.

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