Blog Posts by Agrosmart

So here we are! / Published December 11, 2015 by Caio Bacci

Caio Bacci

So here we are!

This picture shows one of our meetings. From the left to the right is: Matheus (eletronic engineer), Thales (eletrical engineer), Amanda (Meteorologist), Caio (Business), Diego (Meteorologist), Raphael (Designer), Anderson (Developer) and Marcus (agronomic engineer).

Since some of us are living in other cities we overcome the distance with skype meetings. In this picture is missing Mariana (Biz Dev).

Getting out of the building! / Published December 10, 2015 by Caio Bacci

Caio Bacci

Getting out of the building!

During our reserach, we have talked with many teachers from the Federal University of Itajubá, University of São Paulo/Esalq, specialists, such as meteorologists, agronomic engineers and many farmers located in the state of Minas Gerais.

It was interesting to learn theory and methods with professors and to see how it really is in practice with farmers. Our main topic discussed was about how to increase productivity and reduce waste with irrigation systems in agriculture.

José is one of the farmer we talked and he lives in a village called Pedralva. His biggest challenge in his farm is to know how much and when he needs to irrigate his crops. Therefore, we investigated all about his problem in order to understand better his needs

Agrosmart, smart farming simple as it should be / Published December 10, 2015 by Caio Bacci

Caio Bacci

Agrosmart, smart farming simple as it should be

Mr. José is a farmer in Brazil, he used to have little or no control over his plantation. He did not know how much water and electricity he was using and wasting, which represents a big concern due to the high costs of irrigation and governmental regulations.

With the Agrosmart solution, Mr. José is able to know exactly when and how much he needs to irrigate. He has access to a dashboard that allows him to see in real time the status of his crops, receive alerts when something important happens and analyze historical data in order to understand relationships between environmental factors, decisions he had taken in the past and results related to productivity.

Agrosmart is a solution that promotes a more sustainable way of producing, understanding better our environment and optimizing the use of natural resources to achieve better results. Monitoring more than 10 environmental conditions, we allow growers, such as Mr. José, to have relevant data for a better decision-making regarding irrigation, crop development, diseases and pests.

As a result, we can save up to 60% of water in irrigation, energy and increase productivity at the same time, delivering to the plants what they really need at each moment.

We focus on the user experience and our intuitive system speaks the same language of growers like Mr. José.

Agrosmart Statment / Published December 7, 2015 by Caio Bacci

Caio Bacci

Agrosmart Statment

Agrosmart believes that it’s possible to improve people’s lives by doing things in a smarter way. In order to improve productivity and optimize the use of resources in agriculture we created a solution for smart farming that connects the farmer to his crops.

We allow growers to have relevant data for a better decision-making regarding irrigation, crop development, diseases and pests. As a result we can save up to 60% of water in irrigation, energy and increase productivity at the same time, delivering to the plants what they really need at each moment.

- Research - visiting farms / Published December 7, 2015 by Caio Bacci

Caio Bacci

- Research - visiting farms

During our reserach we have talked with many teachers from the Federal University of Itajubá and 2 farmers located in the state of Minas Gerais.

It was interesting to learn theory and methods with professors and to see how it really is in practice with farmers. Our main topic discussed was about how to increase productivity and reduce waste with irrigation systems in agriculture.

José is one of the farmer we talked and he lives in a village called Pedralva. His biggest challenge in his farm is to know how much and when he needs to irrigate his crops. Therefore, we investigated all about his problem in order to understand better his needs

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