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A system intelligent enough to carry out the whole agriculture on its own and alleviate the fear of crop failure

Once the fear of crop failure and the risk to enter agriculture is alleviated, we can put a farm in every house

Global Food Security

By putting the power of growing food in the hands of every human on the planet

Agricultural AI

An Artificial Intelligence which can perform tasks ranging from detecting pests to predicting the accurate resource usage for a farm. This will automate the procedure required for growing plants and make them efficient by saving on extra resources which indirectly contributes to environmental wellness. Artificial Intelligence can create a system which can alleviate the fears of crop failure, minimize the risks involved in taking upon agriculture and automate the whole workflow of the plant growth.

IoT Network

The next big thing in Agriculture is the Internet of Things. With the AI able to make robust decisions and alleviate the fear of crop failure, farmers need a connected system to feed information to the AI and also be able to execute the decisions made by it. Precise IoT sensors can collect data on weather, soil, air quality, and crop maturity, enabling the AI to make smarter decisions. Once the decision has been made Smart Valves connected in the IoT network can execute the decisions made thereby making the system a whole.

Agricultural Robots

With passing time, people are moving away from agriculture and big farm owners are finding it difficult to hire quality workers for the job. It will only get worse from here. Agricultural Robots is the saviour to this problem. With the help of Agricultural AI and IoT network, agricultural robots can perform a single system which can manage farms of any size without the need any human aid. They can perform all the tasks from seeding to harvesting making this a fully automated system.

60% of water used by farms is wasted

2 million+ farms in the United States

53% of greenhouses  are struggling to find labor

We need 70% more food by 2050