Arable is an agricultural data-driven business intelligence solution founded on in-field measurements.
Arable enables data-driven decisions in agriculture and natural resource management with Measurements that Matter. The company is committed to reducing risk throughout the food and agriculture supply chain.
Arable was founded in 2014 by Adam Wolf, Kelly Caylor & Ben Siegfried. The company is headquartered in Princeton, NJ with an additional office in Oakland, California.
Arable Labs builds affordable tools that help people collect and synthesize site-specific agricultural data. The company’s mission is to achieve global impact by providing the measurements, insights, and predictions that enable growers to recognize and address risk.
Arable generates a ‘machine learning’ tool that predicts outcomes of quality, timing and yield, with field-level data on microclimate and crop response. The company’s research-grade instrument, the Arable Mark, collects over 40 different variables on microclimate, crop health and vegetative growth at a third of the cost of a traditional weather station.
Arable collaborates with the most innovative growers and researchers to reduce supply chain risk and increase predictability at harvest.
Arable is currently building predictive analytics for 20 different crops in ten countries. Their unique data set allows farmers, advisors, insurers, processors, lenders, and governments to understand facts on the ground in real-time and address issues of water management, project finance and food security.
Arable is backed by S2G Venture, Middleland Capital, National Science Foundation, SparkLabs Accelerator and others.
Arable has received many awards and accolades such as "2018 Best New Product (Specialty Ag)"; "018 Innovators to Watch, Rising Stars in STEM"; "Village Capital Agriculture: US 2016 investment award" and many more.