Our technologies & solutions
Yield Systems is an AI company with science background.
We develop machine learning solutions for agri-food value chain enhancement and video intelligence.
Data-efficient digital phenotyping powered by machine learning for plant breeding and decision making.
Understanding complex interactions between plant genome and environmental conditions.
Video intelligence and observation automation with deep learning.
Yield Systems milestones
The Journey Start
Our CEO: Jussi Gillberg started his PhD on Professor Samuel Kaski's research group that had developed machine learning methods for personalised medicine at Aalto University. As they went on, they found that personalised medicine and breeding domains were similar in the related prediction problems, and some solutions could be transferable
Commercialize the research idea
Harri, Linh joined for the TUTLI project. The whole team got €480k from Finnish Innovation and Technology Fund Tekes (or Business Finland as it’s now known) to hire a team for techinal and business development.
Establised the company
Yield Systems as a company, commenced to exist in 2018 as a spin-out from the Aalto University Startup Centre with the aim of driving forward the ambitious goal of democratising AI for plant breeding.
The AI-powered plant-phenotyping solution was tested in Morocco, Italy, and Finland
- Yield Systems attended Slush startup event
Yield Systems aims to have a significant sustainable impact on the global food system by democratising AI capabilities for plant breeding and speeding up the development of crop yields and adaptation »
- Jussi Gillberg's plant breeding research is published in Bioinformatics journal
We show that the response to the environment of a new generation of untested Barley cultivars can be predicted in new locations and years using genomic data, machine learning and historical weather observations for the new locations. »
- Yield Systems is the Finland's winner of Climate-KIC competition
Yield Systems team won the Climate-KIC competition in Finland and will come to the final European round of this competition in Edinburgh. »