"Towards sustainable agriculture where we feed more people with fewer resources"

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About us

Smart Agri Technology(SAT) was founded in 2019 by two former students of agricultural engenering and management. For SAT it is important to use smart technologies in the agricultural sector to improve cultivation and soil. Product are offered to use the fields more efficiently in order to achieve an higher return. 

Smart Agri Technology is constantly looking for companies with smart technologies for agriculture. To subsequently introduce these products to the market and further develop them.


Spotspraying in volunteer potatoes

Currently we are worink on a system why can detect volunteer potatoes in crops as sugar beets, maïze, unions, cereals etc.. Smart Agri Technology is looking for possibilities to do this autonomous or behind a conventional tractor. A working machine for detecting potatoes and spray them is expecting in 2021. If you have any question, feel free to contact us.

Spotspraying in rumex

Rumex has deep roots and the seed of rumex remains in the ground for decades. Because the plant is poisonous to farm animals, the rumex does not disappear through grazing. If you are interested in combating rumex, please contact us.


On the website doorgrond.nl, various products are offered that ensure that costs can be saved on landwork. The doorgrond.nl service is actively working to put the latest techniques to work in practice, such as light autonomous tractors, smart precision seeders. For more information about products such as Raven, Naïo Technology and Robotti, visit the website or feel free to contact us.


The Robs4Crops project will accelerate the shift towards large-scale implementation of robotics and automation in European farming. With a budget co-funded by the European Union, the project represents a high-tech paradigm shift with a tremendous potential impact on productivity, efficiency, and environmental sustainability. Robs4Crops will demonstrate that robotics and related technologies can bring precision and repeatability to a series of mundane, repetitive tasks, thus reducing the need for humans to engage in work that is unpleasant, unhealthy and requires zero thinking. The project will start on 1 January 2021 and will run for four years.

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