"One UK-based organisation we're speaking with is responsible for tens-of-thousands of hectares spread around the World," continues Matthew. "The costs of monitoring these crops are prohibitive, so effective management actions can't always be taken, and yields suffer. On occasion, managers won't have discovered a crop has failed until harvest.
"Verde will enable this organisation to monitor every hectare from one UK office. They can be automatically alerted to issues in real-time and address these issues before they become problems. Even if they prevented just one field's
crop from failing, this would be a good return-on-investment."Verde
consists of 15 attributes, including: Leaf Water Content, Green Cover, Leaf Chlorophyll Content, Brown Cover, Leaf Area Index (LAI), NDVI, and Soil Water Saturation. Each attribute has been linked to AI-derived Field Boundaries
and more than 1 billion relevant data points, including historic and forecasted weather
, soil composition, and a range of ecological indicators.