Mapping farmland boundaries and analysing soil information.
UNOPS Global Innovation Challenge, 500 KOBE Accelerator, VC connect, Techstars, Connect the VC, Unreasonable Impact Asia Pacific
Farmers rarely have the time and financial capacity to assess their soil quality causing them to use more fertilizer than necessary. This greatly affects climate change and leads to increasingly dangerous practices.
Sagri creates farmland boundaries automatically and analyses soil information by using satellite and AI. Sagri's app gives advice to help farmers reduce fertilizer, farm more efficiently, and save costs.
Farmers who are illiterate are able to further undestand their situations as the app provides information about farmland by color. Additionally, the apps are user friendly and farmers need just to follow the images of the guidance to use the apps.
By providing farmers with the results of soil analysis in Japan, farmers could reduce their fertilizer use and cut costs by 20%
Planning to launch in Australia, Kenya, South Africa and Brazil within 5 years. Sagri has discussed business plans and introduced soil analysis by satellite and AI with the embassy of Japan in Australia, Victorian Government Trade and Investment Office, Saferi.com, Africa Rice Center, the Embassy of Japan in Kenya, JETRO Nairobi Office, JETRO Sao Paulo Office and JIRCAS.