Unlock Insights Across
Sell Every Acre and Connect with Every Grower
Here at Sentera, we know that grower relationships matter.
And, to build those relationships, we know that you need to provide value at every interaction. With our solutions for Retail Ag & Co-ops, get the data you need, when you need it – meaning that you can drive better grower engagement with essential insight into seed and product performance all while at the field’s edge – helping to drive more critical business decisions.
Scout More Fields
Capture scouting data for every acre with aerial imagery, giving you confidence to accurately advise growers about what to focus on next.
Test Product Performance
Get key data points about products you test, helping to drive better conversations with growers while informing their future purchase decisions.
Sell More, Faster
Leverage accurate data throughout the season to engage with growers, providing essential insight to build better relationships and give data-driven advice.
Drone Spray Canada, Inc.
We directly compared to competitors and the Sentera 6X Sensor was the clear choice. The dedicated 20MP RGB camera is critical to our operation and with the fast capture rate I can fly fields at 200’ and am only limited to our Matrice 300’s max speed at 35 mph.
Channel Seed Dealer, Founder and Owner
Woods Ag Services
I’m engaging with my customers, speaking to the performance of the seed I sold them, all while Sentera’s products are capturing 100x the data points that I could collect manually. Sentera has elevated perception of my business and made me more valuable to my customers.
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