Targeted agronomic interventions

Mirati interventi agronomici

The fourth industrial revolution is already underway and the agricultural industry will be heavily affected.

Research and recent innovations are making it possible to apply precision farming techniques at increasingly competitive costs.

Newly available technologies allow precise interventions to be made exclusively to specific areas of land or on certain plants thanks to the use of drones and autonomous guided rovers.

AGROROBOTICA, with its innovative monitoring systems interconnected through a Cloud-based decision-making platform, counts on being a key player in this “green” and eco-sustainable revolution.

The SpyFly sensors allow us to remotely record and monitor pest capture whilst collecting a series of atmospheric data deemed necessary for efficient monitoring of the crops themselves. Since SpyFly is a technological Hub that transmits and processes information in the Cloud, the next step in its development see SpyFly interact with drones and rovers to perform targeted agronomic interventions in line with the need to obtain cleaner and more environmentally friendly agricultural methods.

Team

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Murphy
Gardner

As one of the founders of Mali and board member, Murphy estimating budgeting and project management. He assures quality and customer services. John has an experience of 12 years in

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Hannah Lillian
Gardner

Lillan is specialist in soil and plants.She know very well what plants is grow in what kind of soil. She handles oversees project cycle. She has completed over 2000 square

James
Gardner

James has immeasurable knowledge of industry standards and management. Managing our employees and subcontracting to ensure industry level standards is her strength. He is an impressive problem solver and manages

Eliza
Gardner

Eliza manages aspects of specific development services. He handles the growing of specific flowers. She is very  talented  in her work. consequatur cumque repellendus officiis vero adipisci itaque suscipit numquam