RipeTime is an innovative agri-tech company that has developed new technology for the identification of stages of ripeness analytics that reduces the cost of quality and deliver the best produce every time.
We are focused on developing our highly advanced detection systems, helping our customers deliver high quality fruit and vegetables to the market.
RipeTime is a New Zealand agri-tech company who has developed world-leading analytics technology that can detect ripeness and quality issues by measuring levels of present ethylene and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Our team includes a wide spectrum of scientific, engineering, commercialisation and problem solving experience, coupled with truly simple and unique leading-edge technology.
Our technology provides a way for a sensor to see a vastly increased-concentration atmospheric sample. It’s an amplifier. The technology then releases the collected sample into a small space, exposing it to a variety of sensors. The small volume results in amplified gas concentration, as the collected gas is pushed out of its electrochemical straight jacket.
This approach is near limitless in its versatility, whereby a wide range of sensors specific to different materials of interest can be combined in the same test device, to detect almost any number of measurands simultaneously. This method which allows us to amplify the ability of almost all gas sensors is the thing that differentiates us from the entire sector.Watch our video
We are looking for world leaders that share our passion for produce and minimising cost of quality. To find out how we can help, get in touch.
RipeTime is a fast-growing technology company and is looking to recruit talented and dynamic individuals. Currently we are looking to recruit technical and manufacturing staff in our Auckland office, and business development & channel management professionals in a number of locations. To find out more, see our Vacancies page. For technical opportunities, contact Nat Torkington. For channel and partner opportunities, contact Michael Vukcevic.