Linking 3D seed quality parameters & resulting individual seedling development in 4D
Defining accurate quantitative cut-offs between usable & non-usable seeds for processing
Optimizing seed quality & plant development
4D Field & Greenhouse Phenotyping
Autonomous RTK-GPS-based navigation
Real-time individual plant detection & classification in crop vs. weeds
Objective tracing of field emergence & post-emergence mortality
Automated quantitative analysis of phenotypic parameters
Laser sheet-based 3D sorting
Patented sorting process using laser light-sheet for surface, size & volume of objects in 3D
High-throughput at ca. 300.000 seeds/min
Sorting for internal & external 3D seed features by combined laser/2D Xray scanning
Cleaning & sorting of seeds in multiple fractions in one step
Based on 35+ years of experience in seed quality research, seed multiplication and processing, our technological portfolio covers industrially-validated, high-throughput 3D phenotyping solutions. Our technologies span the whole range from seeds, seedlings to plants in the field for seed quality analysis, germination and vigour testing, processing and breeding. Developed at Strube D&S in cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute, our solutions have been validated in internal industrial use for many years. The spin-off phenoLytics will make these revolutionary technologies available and accessible for all crops and the entire industry. Our mission is to drive a transformation in how seeds and plants are optimised for optimum quality to support a sustainable food production for a growing global population.
Dr. Antje Wolff
Leading Operations & BD
Dr. Joachim Schneider
Ex-CEO Bayer Vegetable Seeds
Dr. Felix Porsch
Ex-Group Leader Fraunhofer IZFP
Dr. Andreas Büchse
Machine Learning & Biostatistics
Consultant, > 25 years of industry experience
IT & Digital
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