From Naples to Dhaka: Italo-Dutch precision farming startup Evja eyes funding for R&D, sales boost

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Evja has a second office in the Dutch “Food Valley” and is investing to boost its advanced agronomic modeling, to stave off rising competition

Five years ago, three Italian friends dropped their promising careers to start a company together, with the goal of bringing IoT and AI into the agriculture sector. They founded Evja, a company developing an intelligent system to enable better farming decisions through data obtained via IoT sensors on the ground level, and processed by an integrated SaaS platform with agronomic predictive models. At that time, precision farming was still barely explored as a market in Italy and the rest of Europe, with most projects confined to research centers and their spin-offs. “When we started t...
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