Team size: 11 - 50
Sector: Food and agriculture
Founders: Naeem Zafar, Nicholas Garner
Founded date: 2013
Company revenue: US$ 10 - 50 million
Investors: Congruent Ventures, Maersk Growth, Mindset Ventures, Plug and Play, Rabobank Food & Agri Innovation Fund
Company stage: Series B
TeleSense is an Agtech company providing environmental monitoring and control solutions for the food and grain industry. Using an advanced suite of sensors, TeleSense provides grain managers with actionable insights about their stored grain, so that they can make storage decisions easily, quickly, and accurately. The easy-to-use sensors continuously monitor grain, and will automatically send alerts to the TeleSense app on their computer, smartphone, or tablet. They help manage risks in the world’s perishable commodities supply chain by using machine learning algorithms. TeleSense also retrofits traditional temperature cables to make them wireless. Imagine never having to manually check your cables again, and having that information available 24/7, right at their fingertips. The company is digitizing the post-harvest grain supply chain using advanced Internet of Things, real-time environmental monitoring, and cloud-based artificial intelligence. Whether assets are stationary or moving, TeleSense uses cloud-based technology to simplify monitoring. Their solutions help eliminate human error, improve operational efficiency, and increase profitability. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Sunnyvale, California, United State.