Today: Apr 17, 2024

JD’s 2024 startup squad: innovators shaping the future

3 months ago

TLDR:

John Deere has announced its six new startup collaborators for the 2024 class of its Startup Collaborator program. The program, launched in 2019, aims to support and highlight companies working on innovative technologies for the agriculture industry. The selected companies for the 2024 program include Cloudscape Labs, Constellr, Fermata Energy, Geminos Software, goFlux, and SB Quantum. These companies specialize in technologies like construction production management software, satellite-based land monitoring, bidirectional electric vehicle charging, AI-enhanced decision making, carbon-neutral freight transport, and advanced navigation tools. The program serves as an incubator for John Deere’s own technological development and aims to find new technological benefits for farmers.

John Deere has chosen six companies to participate in its Startup Collaborator program for 2024. The program, which was launched in 2019, aims to support and highlight companies working on cutting-edge technologies in agriculture. The selected companies for the 2024 program include Cloudscape Labs, Constellr, Fermata Energy, Geminos Software, goFlux, and SB Quantum. These companies specialize in technologies like construction production management software, satellite-based land monitoring, bidirectional electric vehicle charging, AI-enhanced decision making, carbon-neutral freight transport, and advanced navigation tools. The program is mutually beneficial for John Deere and its collaborators as it helps them find new technological benefits for farmers and serves as an incubator for John Deere’s own technological development. Several past participants of the program have been acquired by John Deere, showing the program’s success in identifying valuable technologies for the company.