Partners Offer Agricultural Intelligence Solutions

For the remainder of the Northern Hemisphere’s 2018 agricultural growing season and into the start of the Southern Hemisphere’s growing season, Radiant Solutions and TellusLabs are partnering to jointly offer agricultural intelligence products revealing insight on the world’s food supply. This alliance intends to offer commodity traders, food companies and government agencies better intelligence regarding the world’s current crop conditions via accurate insights into end of season expectations delivered through the partnership’s joint solutions.

 

Radiant Solutions’ Weather Desk, an information platform enabled by analytics applied to weather data, provides daily agricultural insights into how weather conditions are impacting agricultural markets. TellusLabs’ Kernel, enabled by machine learning applied to satellite imagery, provides insights into crop yields and agricultural forecasting. The combined offerings deliver users an information advantage by helping them to leverage the power of advanced analytics applied to persistent and pervasive weather and imagery data to derive insights into the agricultural supply chain dynamically and at a global scale.

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