Bean to Satellite to Cup: The New Journey of Coffee

Bean to Satellite to Cup: The New Journey of Coffee

August 21, 2018

Researchers predict that   by 2050, climate change could reduce the amount of ground usable to grow coffee in Latin America by up to 88 percent. In order to combat the effects of global warming, coffee must expand to new regions--and fast.


Update on Flooding in Iowa and Minnesota

Update on Flooding in Iowa and Minnesota

July 17, 2018

Soy farmers on the ground in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota report heavy flooding and subsequent crop loss.

Syria from Above: The Visible Effects of the Civil War

Syria from Above: The Visible Effects of the Civil War

July 12, 2018

 Before the conflict began, the agriculture sector provided jobs for half of the population. Now, 55 to 85% of their crops suffer “severe” moisture stress and food production has dropped 40%, resulting in a loss of over $16 billion USD.

Unlocking Hidden Data:  Kernel Provides the Key

Unlocking Hidden Data: Kernel Provides the Key

June 15, 2018

What would we do differently if we could trace even small changes in plant health across millions of acres of corn as accurately as we now trace shifts in the global commodities market?

Wheat is all around us

Wheat is all around us

May 16, 2018

Wheat is everywhere, and that’s why we keep a close eye on it… from space!


Everyday Ethanol (the corn in everything)

Everyday Ethanol (the corn in everything)

April 10, 2018


A Better Scoreboard for the World’s Food Supply

A Better Scoreboard for the World’s Food Supply

March 14, 2018

We’re producing clean, consistent metrics that score the plant health of crops all around the world.

Alpha from Above: Changing the game for Agriculture markets

Alpha from Above: Changing the game for Agriculture markets

May 08, 2017



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