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  • USA
  • México
  • Perú
  • Chile
  • Ecuador


  • Spain
  • France
  • Portugal
  • Italy
  • Greece
  • United Kingdom
  • Denmark
  • Norway


  • Kenya
  • Mali
  • Senegal
  • Uganda
  • Cameroon
  • Nigeria
  • Ghana

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  • Malaysia
  • Fiji
  • Vanuatu
  • Solomon Islands


In Chile, an undisclosed partner showcases exceptional late maturing Thompson Seedless grapes grown somewhere around Santiago. The climate is well-suited to this variety, which performs exceptionally well in the local environment. Helicopters are used to manage temperature inversions caused by the surrounding mountains, similar to methods used in the steep valleys of the Alps.


Noe om crop og/eller kunde i Ecuador.


Noe om crop og/eller kunde i Hellas


We're proud to collaborate with industry leaders like Sun World International to advance fruit cultivation in Italy. Sun World stands as one of the world’s foremost plant variety breeders and global licensors of premium produce. With fruit varieties spanning table grapes, stone fruit, cherries, and mangoes, Sun World's impact extends across more than 72,000 acres in 17 countries, thanks to over 2,000 licensed growers. Our recent testing endeavors with Sun World International near Conversano, Italy, underscore our shared commitment to innovation. Through our app, we're harnessing data to predict yields at multiple points in the season, with accuracy improving over time as we gather more insights. This collaboration exemplifies our dedication to providing cutting-edge solutions that meet the evolving needs of fruit growers. With Sun World's rich history in plant variety breeding dating back to 1976, and our collective focus on innovation, we're shaping the future of fruit cultivation in Italy and beyond.


Agrolatina, a leading grower in the Ica Valley, has joined Sensonomic's platform for yield estimation and harvest planning for table grapes. This collaboration leverages Agrolatina's historical and climate data to enhance the predictability of harvested boxes and ensure timely delivery on forward contracts. The platform's streamlined data collection and real-time operational insights will contribute to increased efficiency and quality in Agrolatina's production.


We're honored to continue our journey of innovation with our Portugese customers and partners, contributing to their agriculture with a focus on olive cultivation, providing tailored solutions that address our clients unique needs.

Our past collaborations with industry leaders such as Innoliva have been invaluable in driving sustainable practices and maximizing the potential of Portuguese olive groves. Harnessing cutting-edge technology, we tackle the age-old challenge of food loss with precision. From field to plate, we revolutionize harvest management, slashing losses and boosting profitability. Our on-site yield estimation systems lay the groundwork for smarter planning, while statistical modeling and machine learning unlock precise insights. Meet our Oliva Module—a game-changer in olive cultivation, streamlining data for unprecedented control. It’s not just innovation; it’s a revolution in agriculture, driving efficiency, profitability, and sustainability. Welcome to the future of farming.


Sensonomic collaborates with El Ciruelo in Murcia, Spain, producing table grapes. The Murcian "huerta" features a variety of crops, including table grapes under plastic covers that raise temperatures and promote growth. The region is known for its efficient irrigation practices, which may serve as a model for other water-scarce areas.

Sensonomic recently partook in a research project with Innovasjon Norge explored agricultural challenges across Andalucía, from avocados in Huelva to dragon fruit in Almería. Key issues included water restrictions in Doñana, crop theft, and competition from foreign imports. The study also examined the challenges of introducing new technology in olive and grape cultivation and highlighted the potential of precision irrigation and specialized robotics in Almería's greenhouses.

We've also worked with the Luque family, which has a long-standing tradition of olive-growing and milling that spans seven generations. They specialize in organic farming and the production of organic extra virgin olive oil, emphasizing food quality and environmental respect. The family's heritage combines traditional cultivation with modern technology to produce high-quality, sustainable EVOO, adhering to strict international quality and food safety standards.

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