Ukrainian team Agri Eye will participate in a three months program in Oslo. Katapult accelerator gives chances to communicate with Scandinavian investors and also provides an opportunity to enter new markets, told Andrey Sevriukov the CEO of Agri Eye. Three members of the team move to Norway, they are Ekaterina Balaban (Customer Relations), Katerina Zhurbenko (Investor Relations), and Andrey Sevriukov (the CEO). Agri Eye wishes to cooperate with Wageningen University and launch the project in Europe. At this, the team targets the US market too. To note, Katapult provides half of the funds in cash while the other half is in services, according to the rules of the Norwegian accelerator. In 2016, Agri Eye attracted USD 150 000 from an angel investor. Agri Eye also was a part of 1991 Open Data Incubator in Kyiv back in 2016.
Agri Eye is no more a mere agricultural startup, as it uses machine learning to analyze fields. It is a sort of AI (artificial intelligence) which will help to analyze not only agricultural fields but also seas, forests and do other things, told the CEO Andrey Sevryukov. The other team members participate in a pilot project in Kazakhstan and some are servicing their first clients in Latin America and the USA, as of present.