About Us

BYONTEK is a start-up that operates in the AgTech segment, actively participating in the process of improving and converting environmental assets into financial assets through scientific-technological activities.

In BYONTEK, we understand that the transdisciplinary integration of technologies, the synthesis of scientific knowledge, the financial support through novel economic systems, and the exchange of experiences between international research communities are crucial to building a sustainable agricultural production model, neutralizing at the same time, the deficiencies of the current systems and contributing to a process that helps to revert the climate change linked to the agricultural-livestock production systems.

Our approach is to integrate diverse scientific disciplines and advanced technology to understand agricultural systems and improve decision-making across a broad spectrum of stakeholders, contributing to the development and sustainability of crop production, carbon sequestration, and the generation of sustainable and sustained resources over time.

We seek to facilitate access to international certifications and the carbon credit market for agricultural and livestock production through scientifically validated processes, transforming environmental assets into financial assets that will return to more sustainable practices and support new research programs and the development of technological resources.

Our Mission

Working with science, technology, and the latest in remote sensing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, helping our clients achieve their sustainability goals and improve production levels to meet the challenges of a growing world that needs more and better food.

We develop technology programs and tools to support a deep understanding of agricultural systems to facilitate best practices, sustain food system resilience and improve producer outcomes in all environments.

We work to strengthen through technology and scientific knowledge the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, verifying tillage practices, cover crops, cash crop emergence, and improving soil qualities.

Our Vision

Our vision is that the transdisciplinary integration of technologies, the synthesis of scientific knowledge, financial support through novel economic systems, and the exchange of experiences between international research communities, professional networks and producers who adhere to sustainable agriculture are crucial to building a sustainable agricultural production model while neutralizing the shortcomings of current systems.

We believe that at the intersection of sustainability, food production and climate action, regenerative agriculture presents a solution that elevates and advances climate change mitigation, creating more productive soils and supporting the next generation of farmers who will need to meet the needs of a world with increased demand for food.

But this is possible through advanced platforms that help companies scale up their farmer-centric initiatives and meet their sustainability goals and climate commitments.

A brief history over time

A brief history over time: sustainability, climate change, regenerative agriculture and us…)

Sustainability, Climate  Change, Regenerative Agricuture

Our History

The Rodale Institute begins to use the term “regenerative agriculture” and creates the Regenerative Agriculture Association (USA).


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established in 1988 to provide comprehensive assessments of the state of scientific, technical and socioeconomic knowledge on climate change, its causes, potential impacts and response strategies.


The Argentine Association of No-till Producers (Aapresid) was founded to promote sustainable agriculture, based on the rational and intelligent use of natural resources through access to knowledge and technological innovation.


UN Conference on Environment and Development (“Earth Summit”, Rio de Janeiro)


Training in the USA (EOSAT) in remote sensing and Thematic Mapper and Multispectral Scanner tools (Landsat 5) and in Geographic Information Systems (ESRI) applied to the environment.


Speaker and trainer in national and international events on climate change, environment and applied technology.


Environmental and climate risk studies in industrial and oil operations in Argentina based on remote sensing and applied science.

Kyoto Protocol (approved on December 11, 1997, but due to a complex ratification process, entered into force on February 16, 2005) and put into operation the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change by committing industrialized countries to limit and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in accordance with agreed individual targets.


First studies of environmental risk and climate impact in the Amazon


Remote sensing studies of erosion and environmental degradation in the Andes Mountains.


Environmental Risk Studies at scale in the Amazon and use of drones for the first time in South America for environmental studies in a project at scale.

COP 21 and Paris Agreement. The Agreement includes commitments by all countries to reduce their emissions and work together to adapt to the impacts of climate change, as well as calls for these countries to increase their commitments over time.


Several studies using remote sensing of cultivated area growth, erosion, water availability and climate impact.



Active participation in the Organizing Committee of the 2022 FEWSUS Annual Symposium.


BYONTEK Foundation

First ARGENTINA CARBON FORUM with the objective of disseminating the carbon market, bringing together stakeholders, evaluating the strategy and guidelines that the public sector is working on with respect to carbon markets.


Active participation in the First Argentina Carbon Forum