The guys have figured out how to revolutionize agriculture, and we’re here to help them tell the world about it
How It Works
Scouting and Notes
If the farmer sees varying NDVI values on different areas within a field on the map, then it's a call for them to get out into the field to check the problem area and find out what's wrong. Or leave a geo-located note with a photo of that area which can be instantly shared and collaborated on with colleagues.
— in the middle of the season, it helps keep track of how they grow and develop;
— at the end of the season, it allows to determine which fields are ready for harvesting.
OneSoil Design System
OneSoil Weather Sensor and Modem
The Weather Sensor
The sensor was developed in-house by the OneSoil engineers. Just to provide the users a sneak peek into the device, we've given a close up of its various components.
The Neural Network
The model trained on tens of thousands of images is by far the most powerful part of the whole platform. The system can analyze satellite data, field sensor data and manual input by the farmers. All of this is used for real-time detection of field borders, crops and plant growth stages. This already looks mind-blowing, but soon the AI will add more advanced features like the prediction of plant diseases, crop yield or the emergence of pests.
Your request will immediately go to the sales department. One of the managers will answer you in order to discuss details. It takes up to half an hour during working hours
And an overview of a future tech that’s already here