Identifies weeds and pests to perform desired operations.Read More
Fully Autonomous mode uses GPS RTK and can be controlled remotely through mobile app.
350 Watt Solar panel with inbuilt electric charger.
Flexible Attachments with customizable arms and track width.
Monitor Crop Health and productivity on Web and Mobile Applications.
Eliminates Manual Labor and human errors.
350 Watt Solar Panels help you reduce your fuel costs.
Operational Ability to perform up-to 2 Acres per day on full charge.
Multiple attachments let you perform different activities.
Incur only 20 Percent of heavy farm equipment.
Covers all damages and provide on-site maintenance.
Equipped with both DC Solar and AC grid charger in order to utilise power of both zero cost renewable energy and reliable grid electricity. Plug in to single phase AC socket and inbuilt charger takes care of the rest.Read More
Full-Time Contractor and Part-Time Farmer. Exposed to both hardships and also to the latest technologies in agriculture. The initiator and the main foundation for this start-up. His support is extended to both financial and inspirational.
Successful Organic Farmer from Odisha with 18 years of experience. Implements revolutionary methods in farming. He has been a part of our journey from an idea to PoC. Every decision regarding the specification has been considered only after his consultation and approval.
Farmer with 40 years of experience and knowledge of different plantations. He is the catalyst in every phase of development. Speeds up processes with his experience in every field and connects with relevant industry experts.
Leads us into the path of perfection and streamlines our focus in the right direction. Guides us with the Market surveys, trends, pricing and all other factors responsible for product launch.
India being a fast-growing economy generates nearly 15% of its GDP while employing almost 50% of its workforce. Thus presenting a very dismal figure in terms of the effectiveness of agriculture practice. The use of unskilled labor to compensate for expensive farm machinery, lack of scientific knowledge about plant diseases, and nutrition have contributed largely to this scenario.