Saturas Founder & CEO Anat Halgoa Solomon featured in AgFunder article

Women in Agtech: Saturas Founder Anat Halgoa Solomon

By Amy Wu, AgFunder (9 August 2017)

Anat Halgoa Solomon is co-founder and CEO of Saturas, a precision irrigation sensor technology for permanent crops. She previously served as CEO of Veolia Water, a water and waste-water treatment firm in Israel and VP at Global Environmental Solutions.

Anat Halgoa Solomon

CEO of Saturas, Anat Halgoa Solomon

Saturas’s sensing system comprises miniature implanted sensors and wireless transponders that can measure Stem Water Potential (SWP), a metric that’s widely-recognized as one of the most accurate for determining the water status of plants.

Current methods of obtaining an SWP measurement are labor intensive and expensive, according to a Saturas. The company says its sensor is the only one that is embedded in tree trunks, providing direct contact with tree/plant water tissues. This enables an accurate measurement of the water status of the plant and eliminates any inaccuracies that are associated with placing sensors in the soil, or on leaves and branches. The company raised a $1 million second round of funding in early 2016. 

AgFunderNews caught up with Solomon to learn more about her journey as a CEO after five years in agtech, in this next installment of our female founder and CEO Series.

Read the full interview here.

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