Our AgTech pioneer, Zenvus, moves to the next phase of the Katerva Award which was referred by Reuters as “the Nobel Prize for Sustainability”.
Zenvus is a pioneering precision farming technology company that uses computational algorithm and electronics to transform farms. Zenvus collects soil fertility data and crop vegetative health data, concatenating them with AI to deliver precision agriculture at scale. It then uses the aggregated and anonymized data to deliver financial services to farmers. Zenvus can support any size of farms, from small to the largest farms.
The Katerva Award is the pinnacle of global sustainability recognition. Through them, the best ideas on the planet are identified, refined and accelerated toward impact at a global level.
Katerva isn’t looking for ideas that will improve the world in small increments. We are looking for game-changers and industry breakers; ideas that leap efficiency, lifestyle, consumption and action a generation ahead of current thinking. Single-digit percent change isn’t enough. We’re looking for triple-digit and beyond. We’re looking for what are truly the most promising and impactful ideas!
Katerva Award is managed by Thomson Reuters Foundation and Indiana University.