From NVA to Advanced Learning AI Real Field grew to develop aerial sensitivity and Sensor Labs partner

India’s Senscare Laboratories will join hands to promote sustainable agriculture in India with advanced in-depth education and artificial intelligence. Sophisticated solutions are based on Agron’s patent “remote and near” image acquisition method and SenseAcre in-depth learning experience. The solutions identify end-to-end (stress) zones in the field, followed by instantaneous high-quality multi-directional II classification, and provide practical first-hand information on identified hazards.

Madha P, India and Reson Lizion, Israel (PRWEB) September 09, 2021

Sensor Labs, an experienced visual information company, has been selected as one of the ten most promising flight technology companies in India by Siliconia. He has extensive experience in integrating industrial-level UVs and sensors in agriculture, environmental protection, mining, irrigation, dams and construction monitoring. Developed in-depth stereo 3D viewing software for all aerial images using Senseacre DEM.

The Agong sensor provides superior NDVI images. Depending on the part of the camera used, it can get 8MP or 12MP 10 narrow bands per 24nm to 30nm wide band. The global patent sensor is based on an out-of-the-box design using Sony’s A7Rxx advanced camera components. Enjoy the aggregate multi-lens, high-definition optics, single mount, single sensor and one mechanical shutter design with the versatile Sony A7Rxx Full-Frames BSI CMOS sensor. The sensor overcomes the typical versatility of embellishment and chroma aberration, as it can capture multi-dimensional images of up to 3 meters in a single pixel resolution of 0.5 mm.

Collaboration between Sensor Laboratories and Agrogging improves agricultural productivity by monitoring and measuring soil, plant, water, and environmental conditions using agro-proprietary “remote and closed” field imaging techniques and sensory learning and artificial intelligence.

Sensacre is a specialist in crop health monitoring programs with extensive research in the past to identify and identify pests and weeds to help farmers reduce their input costs, save crops and get better yields. Sensors is focused on agricultural and climate resilience in India, which has the potential to expand globally. The company is working to achieve greater understanding by using multi-directional signatures algorithms in the form of close-up surveys and in-depth insights.

Senseacre already integrates the agronomic sensor with helicopter and early impressions are very welcome.

“Agoding 10 Band Sensor is the first of its kind in real agriculture and we are happy to be the first to do such integration and implementation programs in India,” said Vinod K. Samantula, co-founder and managing partner of Censor Labs. We eagerly look for rice, cotton, wheat, millet, sugarcane, turmeric, potatoes, and other vegetable crops to identify pests and diseases.

Commenting on the announcement, Ira Divire, co-founder and CEO, said: And ID ”

“This partnership between India and Israel will be of special value to India’s rapidly expanding real estate market,” added Censor Labs. “This technological alliance will take advantage of the far-reaching farms that require a ‘go check’ that provides reliable information that can be applied to farmers.

Senseacre and Agrowing provides AI-enabled real-time agricultural solutions for farmers, governments, FPOs, agricultural research organizations, agricultural universities, ITEs and other private and public bodies in India.

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