Since 2014, the Gro platform has helped companies, financial institutions, and governments better understand the complex ecosystems of agriculture, climate, and the economy.
Gro's data and analytics examine the intersectional effects of supply, climate, demand, and price to enable our customers to make decisions with confidence - and “see around the corner.”
Global data is fragmented and difficult to analyze…
Many organizations spend most of their time and energy on collecting and organizing data, rather than analyzing or interpreting it. But because agriculture, climate, and the economy are highly complex ecosystems, making data-driven decisions is critical for teams of all types, across all industries.
…Which is why we built the Gro platform
Obtaining and organizing massive amounts of data in order to create actionable, easy-to-use, future-looking analytics requires subject matter expertise, AI capabilities, and significant time and energy.
Vast amounts of agricultural, climate, and economic data sorted according to our proprietary ontology.
Curated by human intelligence. Domain experts who work closely with engineers and data scientists.
Unparalleled AI and predictive modeling capabilities with a 7-year track record and high accuracy.
Transparency and neutrality across all models and methodologies.
Gro leverages its human intelligence to create unique Gro data series that bridge gaps in fragmented data and enhance existing datasets. In addition, Gro produces powerful predictive models across supply, demand, yield, climate, pest, and disease.
The unique, powerful Gro platform provides 28 model frameworks, over 120K Gro datasets, and over 2 million Gro data series to help our customers with both short- and long-term decisions.
Gro ingests over 170,000 different data sets from nearly 200 sources and normalizes this data through our proprietary ontology.
Our data includes everything from satellite images and granular price data to hard-to-find China sources. It underpins our analytics.
Real-time updates on commodities and weather
SDK for development in Python or R
Excel downloads from the portal or API
Consolidated view across regions and crops