Agricultural AI for Fully Autonomous Farming
We want to feed the world.
For that to happen, we need to grow food smarter.
With a fixed amount of farmland and an ever-increasing population creating a growing demand for food, farms must become progressively more efficient.
At, we believe the future of farming is automation. From self-driving combines, aerial drones monitoring crop health in real-time, and robots providing 24/7 fertilization and precision spraying individual weeds, we're the technology behind the food production systems of the future.
Our long term vision is to use artificial intelligence and robotics to optimize every square inch of farmland for maximal yields, while minimzing the use of harmful chemicals.
We're digitizing the brains of agronomists, creating the intelligence behind the farming systems of the future.
Using cutting edge agricultural models and artificial intelligence, we power the machines that will provide tomorrow's food.
By synthesizing intelligence across multiple domains, our technology achieves levels of precision that humans simply cannot.
Our digital brains are compatible with various agricultural systems, empowering next-generation surveying, monitoring, and automation of key agricultural processes.
Using computer vision technology, we can see what others cannot, allowing for decision-making at the per-plant level of precision.
Our digital brains can differentiate between weeds and crop, between healthy plants and unhealthy ones, between low-yield zones and high yield zones, in real-time, day or night.
Today, we can accurately identify over 48,172 species of plants, and counting...
Drones can then zone in for surgically precise treatment of pesticide, herbicide, or nutrients, depending on the individual need of that specific plant.
(No humans required)
We're using this technology to solve key agricultural problems. The first and most important is overuse of chemical spray.
Food security is of paramount concern to the future, but our over-reliance on broad application pesticide and herbicide usage is environmentally problematic, economically wasteful, and inefficient.
Amazingly, up to 80% of spray during a typical broadcast application is wasted on bare ground.
Further, spray drift and runoff introduces toxins and chemicals into the wider ecological system.
Using artificial intelligence, we can reduce or eliminate the need for broadcast spray by identifying and targeting only the weeds.
Drones can then deliver surgically precise doses of spray to only these weeds, and not the crop, reducing chemical spray usage by almost 95%
By using drones instead of expensive spray machinery, the technology is affordable to even the smallest farming operation.
This means less toxins in the food supply and riparian zones; better crop health, and more money in the pockets of small local farmers.
Green and clean from day one: our zero-emission drone technology uses no gasoline or chemicals.
Our technology dramatically reduces the ecological footprint of farming by reducing or eliminating the practice of broadcast spraying.
This means less chemicals in your food, less chemical runoff into the water supply, and a healthier ecosystem.
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