Blue Radix, a Rotterdam, Netherlands-based company specializing in autonomous growing and AI-driven greenhouse technology, has announced a recent undisclosed funding round.
The company has been working closely with farmers to maximize the benefits of AI technology in greenhouses worldwide. The investment was from Navus Ventures and Investment Cooperative Horticoop.
The funds raised will be used by Blue Radix to expand its product line and increase its global presence in order to support a larger number of farmers.
Additionally, the company aims to collaborate with industry partners to promote sustainable food production and contribute to the future development of the horticulture sector.
Ronald Hoek CEO of Blue Radix, says, “Since the market introduction of Crop Controller, we’ve been working intensively with many leading greenhouse companies globally to prove its value. Growers see significant improvements in yield and quality, while they can manage many more hectares and reduce costs.”
The company provides AI-powered services that help farmers with a digital brain for their greenhouse. It claims that growers can manage four times more hectares, improve yield, and reduce the usage of resources.
Company: Blue Radix B.V.
Funding Month: May 2023
Lead Investors: Navus Ventures and Investment Cooperative Horticoop
Company Website: https://blue-radix.com/
Software Category: Autonomous Greenhouse Management
About the Company: Founded in 2019, Blue Radix, led by its founders Ronald Hoek, Laurens van der Spek, and Rudolf de Vetten, Blue Radix is a specialist in autonomous growing and creates automated intelligence for almost all daily decisions and actions in greenhouses. The company provides AI-powered services that provide farmers with a digital brain for their greenhouse. Blue Radix's goal is to help farmers fully utilize their greenhouse data and achieve improved outcomes through the application of real-world AI technology.