EffiSpray is a tool that calculates, depending on weather conditions (air temperature, air humidity, wind speed etc.) the ideal day and hour for spraying, making predictions for the next five days. Usage of EffiSpray predictions contributes to the increased efficiency in the application of plant protection products and to a reduction in the number of spraying applications required per growing season. Through EffiSpray’s interactive map it is easy to find the area of interest and, by clicking on it, you can view the spraying calendar with the timeslots that are optimal for spraying operations for the following 5 days.
Efficient and effective ultra-low volume sprayer with minimum drift. Compatible with most conventional chemicals and fungicides.
The S55 spray robot for your comfort! The S55 is a spray robot with batteries, made for automatic spraying.
Get accurate data and analytics everywhere in the field! Its robot arm gives us the freedom to attach and provide a wide range of sensors. Precise movement using neural networks for organic cultivation control and other ground measurements are possible. It has 16 degrees of freedom, 12 for moving the system (3 feet) and 4 for the arm. By solving the inverse kinematic equations and equilibrium control we achieved dynamic walking. Neural networks are embedded within the system's Linux computer (so as not to waste data) where it can detect through the camera. CYTA Gaia has the same operation as Aeir, sends the measurements to the electrode, from there they upload via sim to our server where they post them with easy-to-understand graphs in the app.
The aim of CropDiagnosis mobile application is the integrated management of pathogens from the successful recognition of the problem, to the selection and application of the appropriate plant protection products. Initially, it is necessary to enter certain basic information such as location, type of crop and stage of development, soil, etc. The user then analyzes the condition of the plant (leaves, flowers, fruits, etc.) through a questionnaire consisting primarily of images. In this way CropDiagnosis results in the diagnosis of pathogenesis. Currently, CropDiagnosis is launched in the Google Play Store in the Greek and English languages.
This company sells a range of drones for spraying crops (Agras series) and also for mapping areas. There is a lot of technical information on their web site about the performance of the various models.
The Pessl Instruments models have been developed to provide the best information possible and allow you to make a conscious decision and use the best tools to produce more, both in terms of quantity and quality. The majority of them are a result of international scientific cooperation with research institutes and universities over the last 30 years. Having been used by farmers for several years in different climates and environments, they have proven their efficiency over time. Pessl Instruments has more than 80 disease models for more than 35 crops, which can be accessed directly through the FieldClimate.com platform. To offer full support of plant protection management we offer high precision, localized weather forecast, calibrated on the basis of on-site data, in collaboration with the Swiss partner Meteoblue. A forecast of all major meteorological variables and other agronomic information, plant protection window, is available on an hourly basis for 7 days, along with real-time data when you access the service on FieldClimate.com.
Creative Diagnostics offers a broad range of ELISA kits for plant pathogen detection with high test performance characteristics to allow accurate, rapid, simple and high-throughput identification of the organism(s) that cause plant disease. In addition, Creative Diagnostics also provides a wide range of ELISA-based rapid test strips with visible color change signals by using lateral flow devices, which are designed for on-site, robust and fast detection of plant pathogens by unskilled personnel.
Plantix is a free mobile phone app to identify pests, diseases and deficiencies on crops. Images are uploaded on WhatsApp.
Spore Sentry is an automated fungal spore trap. The trap is placed within a cropped area and works by sucking in air at 100 litres/min, far more than traditional spore traps. At the end of capture, a liquid reagent is automatically mixed with spores to release DNA, which is analysed using Loop mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP). Results are produced after about 30 minutes and sent wirelessly to a central database daily. Spore Sentry can take air samples and conduct tests unattended for up to eight pathogens per day over seven days before the LAMP consumables need replenishing. It has been developed for Septoria.