Monitor the state of your crops right from the office, learn about the slightest changes on-the-spot, make fast and reliable decisions on field treatment
We help farmers to speed up the decision-making process. Using satellite monitoring, the system notifies its users of critical changes in vegetation, sends real-time weather risks alerts, and automates the prioritization process within field work planning tasks. The tool remotely identifies problem areas, thus significantly saving time and money. As a result, all of the above-mentioned capabilities make it possible not to miss important points in the treatment of fields and to respond in a timely manner to any changes.
Our main task is to conveniently combine all of the information about your fields in one place, to identify and draw the attention of farmers to problem areas. To achieve this, we collect data from different sources - satellite images, weather data, soil types, vegetation maps, among others - and supplement it with our own developments. After having analyzed the data obtained, the system notifies the user of possible risks and changes, provides the ability to cluster fields and treat them accordingly, as well as predict yields. In the long run, the system allows for optimal resource utilization and effective decision-making.
An online platform, that collects, processes, and analyzes large amounts of data from satellites using its own and known algorithms. We extract and share valuable insights with the users to help them quickly respond to any changes and effectively tackle real business problems. So far, we have implemented agricultural projects for the monitoring of fields, creating maps for classifying crops, identifying soil types and moisture, and forecasting crop yields under World Bank programs for governmental and non-governmental entities in the USA, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, as well as in Brazil and Argentina.
The module for Scouting allows you to set tasks directly in the Crop Monitoring system. And it works like this: you indicate the GPS coordinates of the field and add a description of the task. The Scout task is sent directly to the mobile application. As soon as the task opens in the application, it is marked as a point in the field. The expert leaves the field, takes pictures and adds feedback to the system about the condition of the crops. All data is saved, and as soon as access to the Internet appears, the information is loaded by default so that you can continue working offline. Tasks can be tracked in the system and you can share notes with colleagues. Results can be downloaded as an Excel file.