Article Segs: Mapa unveils the winning startups of the Grain Supply Chain Solutions Challenge

In addition to the opportunity to showcase their businesses to investors and companies in the industry, the three winners received a cash prize.

In addition to the opportunity to showcase their businesses to investors and companies in the industry, the three winners received a cash prize.

The three winning startups of Smart Farm Mapa Conecta were announced last Wednesday (9), at one of the country's largest events focused on innovation for agriculture, AgroBIT Brasil, in Londrina (PR). In partnership with Sebrae, AgroValley, Sociedade Rural do Paraná, Go Agritech, Cocriagro and FB Group and with the support of Cotidiano Aceleradora, this call from the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (Mapa) aimed to find solutions to the bottlenecks raised by representatives of the grain sector.

In addition to the opportunity to present their companies to investors and companies in the sector, the three winners received a cash prize offered by GDM Genética do Brasil, distributed as follows: R$ 6,000 (1st place), R$ 2,000 (2nd place) and BRL 1,000 (3rd place).

From the more than 40 entries, 10 startups were selected for the semi-final round. They presented their technologies and solutions to investors on November 8. They are : Acronex, Agrointeli, Eureciclo, iCrop, Ignitia, iRancho, MyEasyFarm, NCB Sistemas, Tarvos and Tau Flow.


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2nd Place: MyEasyFarm - The startup presented a planning and tracking solution, consisting of two products, both related to digital agriculture: MyEasyFarm, which gathers grower data, generates agronomic recommendations, and evaluates those recommendations, in addition to generating satellite maps, and MyEasyCarbon, which measures the carbon storage and emissions of each farming operation, and helps the grower make decisions that can reduce those emissions.


Open innovation


Smart Farm Mapa Conecta is one of the strategies of the Agro Hub Brasil program, of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (Mapa), which aims to bring agritechs closer to gas pedals and investors, creating an enabling environment for networking, technology transfer and dissemination of new products and services capable of meeting the demands and overcoming the limitations of the agricultural sector. These are challenges that bring together potential opportunities to mobilize public and private resources for the development of technology companies focused on agri.


The initiative has already been carried out for the areas of crop-livestock-forest integration, digital agriculture, animal protein and citriculture, and is essential to encourage technological culture in the agricultural sector, which is essential for the country, following the global trend of sustainable development and open innovation.

Article by Segs, 14 November 2022 18:21 at 13:49

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