Read through some of the most recent Rantizo features in the news and media here.
You’ll find topics such as precision agriculture, ag technology, drones, cover crops, and more!
In the effort to help live event venues shuttered by the novel coronavirus move toward reopening, companies are floating a new weapon for the front lines: drones.
Rantizo’s drones, which use GPS that enables autonomous flights after initial mapping and radar for collision avoidance, can fly in darkness and disinfect a 10,000-seat venue in about 90 minutes, a 40,000-seat stadium in five hours and a typical NFL-size stadium in a day, he said. (…)
An Iowa City company that employs drones to spray crops is offering the same technology to sanitize open areas and seating in stadiums and other sports facilities.
Rantizo is the first company licensed and approved for drone-based agricultural spraying in multiple states. The company plans to roll out its stadium spraying services nationwide within the next week. (…)
The big cheese from Rantizo, Mike Ott, tells us about their ability to use drones to sanitize sports stadiums – as quickly as overnight between games – as the country returns to normal activities. (…)
Agtech company Rantizo is preparing to use its drone spraying technology in new ways this spring.
The Iowa City based startup has began partnerships with several large venues for sanitization efforts. The efforts will utilize Rantizo’s drone spraying platform to sanitize open areas and seating for the return of spectator events that have been closed for several weeks as a result of COVID-19. (…)
Precision Ag: Sony Collaborates with Four Leading AgTech Firms to Create Expanded Farming Solution Ecosystem
This is the response from Rantizo.
Working the booth for Rantizo was David Pieper the Director of Sales for the Iowa City based company. We sat down to talk crop spraying and drone usage. Gotta love technology.
Learn more about their drones in this video spotlight from the Iowa Power Farming Show!
Taranis, an image capture and analysis firm, teamed with drone application startup Rantizo to precision-apply products from Phytobiotics North America on test strips run by Continuum Ag LLC.
The companies involved were Taranis, Phytobiotics North America, Continuum Ag and Rantizo. Trials were conducted on six of Continuum Ag’s 50×250 foot soybean plots near Ainsworth, Iowa.