Agriculture is currently at an inflection point. The industry is facing the fourth digital revolution, as agronomic leaders seek ways to maximize outcomes with available resources. As technology continues to advance, it will become more essential for agronomic leaders in crop production and agriscience to focus on data and analytics.
This is where Sentera comes in. Our mission is to deliver the fastest and most reliable agronomic insights for agricultural leaders to make data-driven decisions that maximize outcomes, including quality, efficiency, and profitability. As a result, our customers can validate outcomes and performance faster.
With employees located around the country, we value teamwork as a core value — working together to help our customers solve their biggest challenges.
Our customers come first and it’s evident in how we do business, as we continually seek ways to improve and optimize the Sentera customer experience.
Sentera sits at the intersection of agriculture and technology, and our teams are dedicated to delivering new solutions to drive the industry ahead.
From delivering high-quality sensors to detailed data sets to software tools, we are a trusted partner that helps our customers confidently make decisions.
Sentera powers in-season decision makers with the fastest and most reliable agronomic insights to maximize performance and outcomes, from research, plant breeding, and seed production to in-field product validation and sales support.
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Here at Sentera, we know that
agronomic data matters.
And, we know that just as much as the detail and precision of the data matters, the timeliness for getting the data is imperative.
That is why we deliver faster, more accurate data 50% faster than others in the industry. Because it powers the agronomic decisions you need to make today to power the future of agriculture tomorrow.
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As we approach the New Year, we wanted to highlight three 2024 ag trends to keep an eye out for.
Sentera today announced the appointment of Michael Stern and Anthony Osborne to key advisory and director roles on its Board of Directors, respectively.
Satellite and weather data can give a good indication of what’s happening at the field, and provide insights into why crops are performing the way that they are throughout the growing season.