San Francisco, California, United States

Team size: 51 - 200

Sector: Other enterprise (non-climate)

About Aquabyte

Founders: Bryton Shang

Founded date: 2017


Company revenue: US$ 10 - 50 million

Investors: Alumni Ventures, Costanoa Ventures, Earthshot Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Princeton University

Company stage: Series B

Aquabyte builds machine learning products for aquaculture (fish) farms. Aquabyte was founded in 2017 to bring machine learning and computer vision technologies to the aquaculture industry. Our diverse team of machine learning experts, entrepreneurs, and aquaculture biologists are hyperfocused on delivering solutions with a real-world impact. Real-time sea lice counting, biomass monitoring, and appetite detection are just a few of the many applications that will eventually be possible with the Aquabyte system. We have offices in San Francisco and Norway. Aquabyte surpasses modern farm monitoring products with our machine learning platform and smart camera system. Our solution offers easy installation, continuous monitoring, and multiple applications. Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing sectors of food production on the planet, offering a meaningful solution to global food deficits. Aquabyte’s mission is to use machine learning to make fish farms more efficient, sustainable, and profitable.

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