Dedicated to data.
In a world with fewer farmers and more mouths to feed, we’re dedicating ourselves to data and leading the way into a new era of agriculture.
We’re pioneering an engineering-based approach to agriculture – called predictive agriculture – that makes it possible to produce maximum yield at the lowest cost, even as resources become scarce and the demand for food grows. While other states are only starting to realize the potential of this emerging tech sector, Iowa has been busy incentivizing research into predictive agriculture and providing opportunities for the pilot testing of new technologies. That’s why the biggest names in the industry are coming to America’s Cultivation Corridor for the next big thing in agriculture.
BY THE NUMBERS
Iowa’s farmers have invested $134 billion in one of the most advanced ag infrastructures in the nation.
Almost 400 patents have been awarded to top Iowa industry innovators between 2010-2016.
TEConomy Partners, 2017
Iowa State University has the top-ranked agricultural engineering program in the country.
U.S. News, 2019