Fieldin named to Thrive Top 50WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb. 20, 2020)Fieldin today was named to the THRIVE Top 50 list, SVG Ventures’ annual ranking of the leading global AgTech and FoodTech companies.

The Top 50 list was unveiled at the USDA’s 96th Annual Agricultural Outlook Forum in Arlington, Va., during Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue’s fireside chat with SVG Ventures CEO & Founder John Hartnett.

According to SVG, the Top 50 “showcases the leading global AgTech and FoodTech companies exemplifying the best in agriculture and food-focused innovation.”

Fieldin was nominated for the list in the Data/Farm Management category. Founded in 2013, Fieldin’s Control Center helps specialty crop growers leverage real-time data to manage and optimize spray applications, harvest activities and other critical field activities across all operations.

“It’s an honor to be named to this year’s THRIVE Top 50, and be recognized during the USDA’s Outlook Forum by some of the leaders of the ag industry,” said Fieldin CEO Boaz Bachar. “Fieldin, and the agtech industry as a whole, has made some great strides in recent years. Our growers are as innovative as ever, and they continue to push us and the industry to help them solve the issues they are facing in the field.”

Bachar added Fieldin is excited to be among the featured Top 50 companies that will be showcased and present its technology at the upcoming THRIVE Innovation Summit in Santa Clara on March 25.

The full 2020 THRIVE Top 50 listings will also be published in Forbes in coming weeks. Learn more about the Top 50 list and companies included at


Founded by CEO Boaz Bachar and COO Iftach Birger in 2013, Fieldin’s Control Center helps growers manage and optimize spray applications, harvest activities and all other field operations.

Using proprietary sensors and mobile-friendly software, Fieldin’s platform seamlessly connects tractors, machinery and in-field sensors to provide managers with actionable data that improves production, transparency and efficiency across all operations.

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