Greeneye utilizes artificial intelligence and deep learning technology to revolutionize the pest control process in agriculture, transitioning from the current practice of broadcast and wasteful spraying of pesticides to precise and selective spraying.
Our proprietary Selective Spraying (SSP) system seamlessly integrates to any agriculture sprayer to enable the precise spraying of chemicals in real time only where it’s needed
Greeneye completed a series of comprehensive field trials to demonstrate and evaluate our Selective Spraying (SSP) system in real field conditions
Farmers address this challenge by indiscriminately spraying herbicides across the entire field.
ECONOMICFarmers spend more than $30B on herbicides each year
RESISTANCEGlobal Epidemic and a real threat to food production: Weeds developed resistance to herbicides as a result of broadcast spraying
ENVIRONMENTALMillions of gallons of herbicides are sprayed every year in vain, causing severe soil and water contamination
HEALTHBroadcast spraying exposes all of us to severe health risks
Green Eye utilizes Artiicial Intelligence to transition from broadcast to selective spraying of herbicides
GREEN VS. GREEN ANALYSISDifferentiating weeds from crop to spray precisely only the weeds and reduce up to 90% of herbicide usage.
GREEN VS. BROWN ANALYSISApply precision spraying on pre-planting and post-harvest spraying application
PRECISE-LEVEL ANALYSISIdentify weeds down to the species level to fight herbicide resistance weeds
Greeneye completes trials and prepares for US system launchGreeneye completes a series of field trials of its precision spraying technology and starts enrolling US farmers for the upcoming system launch in 2022
JVP and Syngenta invest in GreeneyeWe are thrilled to have JVP an international leading VC fund and Syngenta as a strategic and industry expert investors to help fuel Greeneye’s growth.
From Farm to ForkEuropean Union announced its 'Farm to Fork' strategy for the coming decade, with a clear target to reduce chemical pesticide usage by 50% by 2030
Herbicide-Resistant WeedsFighting herbicide resistance requires the use of multiple effective modes of action in a tank mix. Precision spraying makes this an affordable solution in the ongoing battle against resistance.