EOS Data Analytics Partners With Advanced Nutrients
EOS Data Analytics (EOSDA), a global provider of AI-powered satellite imagery analytics, has partnered with Advanced Nutrients Pty Ltd, an Australia-based company advancing environmental, food, fibre and economic sustainability, to help it provide Australian farmers with a strategic advantage in sustainable agriculture innovation and production.
With the assistance of EOS Data Analytics and its EOSDA Crop Monitoring platform, Advanced Nutrients is going to ramp up its efforts in helping farmers increase whole-of-farm productivity and implement precision agriculture practices. This technology will enhance the companies’ successful and long-term focus on sustainable farming systems in the market.
Sustainable practices are increasingly being adopted by farmers in Australia, where agriculture accounts for 55% of land use and 24% of water extractions . The gross value of Australian agriculture in 2023-2024 is expected to exceed $80 billion for a third year, indicating a positive trajectory for the sector . But the industry also faces challenges like climate change impact, growing population, and biodiversity loss that require innovation in sustainability and competitiveness.
The goal of the strategic partnership between EOS Data Analytics and Advanced Nutrients is to provide necessary innovations to Australian farmers so that they could reach better productivity and sustainability in their farming efforts.
Advanced Nutrients plans to utilize EOSDA Crop Monitoring, an online satellite-based precision agriculture platform for field monitoring, to collect historical data about their clients’ fields, measure their soil and crop health, and, ultimately, provide them with the opportunities to improve their yields with innovative precision agriculture practices.
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The company will offer EOSDA services as a complementary part of their Grow Plan, a sustainable farming system allowing farmers to meet ESG and carbon farming requirements through farm production practices prioritizing environmental and economic sustainability.
EOS Data Analytics’ crop management platform is ahead of others in the industry: its ease of use and analytical methods leave no chances to competitors. We are looking forward to utilizing EOSDA’s support and technical expertise and providing farmers with even more precise information and suggestions on how to improve their on-farm efficiencies and become proactive in their cropping programs.
In addition to its EOSDA Crop Monitoring platform, EOS Data Analytics will provide assistance to Advanced Nutrients on every step of its growth and in its possible future projects in the areas of crop insurance claims, ESG reporting, and carbon farming practices.
I am sure that by harnessing the power of our satellite technology, Advanced Nutrients will significantly enhance operational efficiency and sustainable practices for their clients. This partnership marks a significant step towards making space tech a driver of sustainability in Australia.
Through this partnership, EOS Data Analytics and Advanced Nutrients are set to leverage the newest scientific methods in field data collection and analysis, make it more accessible for local farmers and their supply chain, and pave the way for a more sustainable future in the region.
About the author:
Brijesh Thoppil is the Strategic Partnerships Lead at EOS Data Analytics, a global provider of AI-powered satellite imagery analytics.
Brijesh joined EOS Data Analytics in April 2021. He is primarily responsible for the management, growth, and development of the company's strategic partnerships, both existing and new.
Brijesh holds a Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering from Anna University (Chennai). He has over 11 years of experience in various roles, including business development, implementation of technical projects, and management.
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