About Us

We use machine learning to solve the biggest challenges in agriculture

Why is it that neighbouring fields, with identical growing conditions, can produce such drastically different yields? This was the question that drove us to establish Prospera, and it’s what still drives us today.

Using our background in data science and machine learning, we explored ways to bring more certainty to an unpredictable industry. As the current agricultural revolution unfolds, digitalization will become the engine of crop production - to meet rising population demands and ensure environmental sustainability.

Taking a ground-up approach, our technology enables growers to make more informed, efficient, and scientific decisions. We make agriculture not only predictable, but optimizable across the entire growth cycle. Our technology advances agricultural productivity by helping growers do more with fewer resources.

Our history

From greenhouses to open fields, take a look at Prospera’s journey since our establishment in 2014.


Company founded

We started our journey to understand why similar fields produce dramatically different yields.


Spain Greenhouse Market Entry

Greenhouses provided consistent growth cycles to conduct our research methodologically, collect vast amounts of data and measure results.


Expansion into Mexico Greenhouses


Open-Field Exploration in USA

Applying our knowledge and application in greenhouses, we started focusing on open-fields.

Macro Product Launch

Detected anomalies in greenhouses and provided irrigation management solutions.


Strategic Partnership with Valmont Industries

Together, we aimed to transform the center pivot from an irrigation machine to an autonomous crop-management tool.


Insights Product Launch

The launch of Valley Insights was so successful, we expanded its availability into 4 new states, quadrupling the coverage area.


Named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer

99% Accuracy of Imagery Detections

Successful detection capability due to robust data sets and powerful ML algorithms


Valmont Industries Acquires Prospera

Created the largest global, vertically-integrated artificial intelligence company in agriculture

Recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor in AI for Computer Vision

Our data-led approach

Optimizing agriculture with data is extraordinarily complex. There are a large number of parameters to consider - their interactions vary and are hard to predict. To meet these challenges, we’ve developed some of the world’s most advanced, artificial intelligence technologies in-house.

We analyse field images to identify pests and diseases, monitor agro-technical activities and collect yield data. We use Deep Learning techniques to solve multi-dimensional planning and assignment optimization problems across massive data sets. And we extract insights from multiple data sources that are harmonized in an advanced Big Data framework.

We’re data scientists
– in muddy boots

As a Valmont ® company, we’re the largest vertically-integrated AI company in agriculture - leading the evolution of autonomous crop management around the globe. Our team of computer scientists, physicists, and agronomists work closely with the experts at Valley® Irrigation to offer you the most comprehensive, advanced and useful technologies in the field.

Our Leadership Team

Daniel Koppel

Amit Blesser
GM - Israel

Dana Gross
Chief Strategy Officer

Raviv Itzhaky

Ayelet Knoll

Steel Maloney
VP Sales

Lior Goren Ruck
Head of Product

Lior Aviram
VP Global Operations

Troy J. Long
VP HW Products

Or Lotan
Head of AI

Mika Farber
Head of Agronomy

Raphi Hess
VP of HW Solutions

Shimon Shpiz

Yossi Arjevani


World's Top 100 AI Companies


World Changing Ideas


Best Innovation in Deep Learning


Technology Pioneers


Agtech - New Product Innovation


Top 50 Agtech Companies


Become a Prosperian

We call our people “Prosperians”, and every one of them brings a resourceful, collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving. We’re working around the world, in the office and in the field, to help growers produce healthier and better crops, more predictably, sustainably and profitably.

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