Harnessing biosignals to grow more with less

Vivent’s innovative agriculture biosensors, use machine learning models to decode & diagnose crop stressors before visual symptoms, enabling sustainable and efficient production.

PhytlSigns biosensors, designed by Vivent, a Swiss deeptech company, are backed by an extensive research and development program.

Research backed by:

Innosuisse

DARPA

Swiss Federal Office for Agriculture

H2020

Key research collaborators include:

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Delivering solutions for:

Indoor Growers

Outdoor Growers

Agrochem Manufacturers & Suppliers

Agronomists & Ag-tech Suppliers

Plant & Agricultural Scientists

Assess crop health in real time using state of the art electronics and machine learning.

Monitor crops continuously to detect threats before visual symptoms are evident or check field crops periodically for specific pathogens.

Watch in real time how plants respond to threats or crop protection treatments.

Crop threats that can be diagnosed by PhytlSigns include:

Drought

Nutrient deficiencies

Environmental stress from heat, light or wind

Pathogens including fungal and bacterial infections

Insect infestations

PhytlSigns – Harnessing biosignals to grow more with less

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The United Nations 2020 Agenda for Sustainable Development has 17 goals, and Vivent’s products and research contribute to 8 of these goals:

2. ZERO HUNGER
Helping reduce hunger by increasing crop yields

3. GOOD HEALTH AND WELL BEING
Helping reduce pesticide use and chemical residues in food crops

5. GENDER EQUALITY
Equal opportunities employer

6. CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
Reducing pesticide use leading to cleaner groundwater

8. DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Increasing yields and reduced inputs improve farm profitability and sustainability

9. INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Encouraging use of machine learning to gain insights into crop stress responses

14. LIFE BELOW WATER & 15. LIFE ON LAND
Reducing agrichemical use by diagnosing disease early means less pollution entering oceans and on farm land