Our team is formed by Agronomic Engineers with more than 20 years of experience in research projects, technology and applied mathematics in agricultural sciences, and commercial partnerships in Latin America. Innovation and dynamism are in our DNA! We detach for our strong technological profile that is diligent, objective and transforms the knowledge about something new into innovative products and processes for the use and occupation of tropical soils.
We have learned at the University that soils anywhere on the planet are composed of approximately 25% of air, 25% of water, 5% of organic matter and 45% of minerals (types of clay). In our day-to-day journey in the field and in the development of high-level researches, we realized that in the mineral fraction of soils, the types of clay have a great impact on management practices and on the plants response.
Some of the minerals formed in the soil, being then natural particles, are smaller than 1 millimeter divided into 1 thousand parts. The soil may be the same, the clay content may be the same (light or heavy soil), but the minerals present in the clay fraction of the soil are not the same. Thus, as the change in human DNA implies several positive and negative changes in our lives, changes in the minerals of your soil impacts in its productive potential, economic risk and environmental vulnerability.
Many neuroscientists have reported that humans probably do not exploit 100% of their brain capacity for high performance in tasks, considering different levels of attention, concentration, information processing and other functions. Similarly, in agricultural sciences, specialists in genetics and plant improvement also have reported that agricultural crops still do not express their full genetic potential. Even so, the genetic mapping of humans and plants has been transforming the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. Quanticum is democratizing access to high-level and cost-effective technology for managing smart farms based on clay typology (land DNA).
Agronomist Engineer, Master’s degree from UNESP and PhD from USP, with international experience in large corporations in North and South America, and more than 20 years of experience in managing new business models focusing on agriculture.
Agronomist Engineer and PhD by UNESP, Top 10 in the international ranking of magnetism applied in agriculture and Top 1% in the ranking of digital agriculture by the Innovation Portal of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
Agronomist Engineer and Master’s degree from UNESP, third generation of coffee and grains consultants, with experience in precision and digital agriculture with more than 700 clients attended.
Agronomist Engineer and Master’s degree from UNESP, has experience in Big Data working on technological projects and in the Agribusiness sector.
Agronomist Engineer and PhD by UNESP, with experience in Statistics with emphasis on geostatistics, mathematical modeling, biostatistics, agricultural experimentation, geoprocessing, soil respiration and magnetic susceptibility.
Trainee in the Information Technology. Graduated in Information Systems at the Federal University of Uberlândia, with experience in web development and digital marketing. Knowledge in database and machine learning techniques.
We are oriented by the Innovation Law, the Legal Framework for Startups, the São Paulo Innovation Law and the Good Law