Our Solutions

We support farmers and their facilitating organizations for the adaption and implementation of sustainable farming practices.  

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Customer Segments

First Slide Crop Producers and Workers Facilitating Organizations Processing Industries Agribusinesses Public and Donor Sector Farmers and extension workers (field facilitators) would get online advisory and alerts much better than business-as-usual – leading to reduce inputs and increase yields and profits. This also leads to an improvement of the livelihoods, while improving the ecosystem at the same time. Farmers can produce more with less through site-specific advisory services, which will be based on satellite data, local soil, water and climatic conditions. This provides farmers with better economic returns and can also result in higher stability and security. Secound Slide Crop Producers and Workers Facilitating Organizations Processing Industries Agribusinesses Public and Donor Sector Organizations working with smallholders for sustainable and better farming practices could get benefits of reduced implementation costs. Most of the interaction between the experts and the farmers will take place in the vitural space, resulting in flexibility, saving time, reducing the security and COVID-10 issues for the mobility of the experts. All these would help them to implement sustainable farming leading for a better environment with improved profit. They would also be able to remotely monitor the progress of their beneficiaries while sitting in their office. Third Slide Crop Producers and Workers Facilitating Organizations Processing Industries Agribusinesses Public and Donor Sector Processors would get commodities as predicted from their contract farmers or upstream segments. Logistical operations are improved by providing insight on expected production per area and by providing flood-forecast (by combining weather forecasting and hydrological modelling) for road infrastructure that is needed to collect, process and sell. Companies get access to a flexible data ‘control-room’ (dashboards) with the most relevant information per area, while we keep the data privacy on the top of our agenda as we will not share the details of users and their coordinates. Fourth Slide Crop Producers and Workers Facilitating Organizations Processing Industries Agribusinesses Public and Donor Sector Agribusinesses would get benefits from the vast logistical information about the crops in their production areas. The approach “inFarmer” has taken to ensure sustainability by creating a clear incentive and business case for commercial enterprises to opt, use and pay for this service. They are provided with information that can improve marketing and logistical operations and monitor challenges to the social responsibility of their products. Examples include better targeted marketing of seeds, based on genotype or environmental performance that is found for the different varieties; machinery, fertilizers and pesticides companies can forecast their expected sales per region and mobilize stocks accordingly etc. Fifth Slide Crop Producers and Workers Facilitating Organizations Processing Industries Agribusinesses Public and Donor Sector Governments and donor sector could safeguard the finite [natural] resources through real-time access to information and data. inFarmer would help them to manage the resources, formulate the site-specific policies and see the impact of forecasted disasters (e.g. flood and drought). Therefore, government and public authorities can take informed decisions for the protection of vulnerable people, farmers and areas as well as they can manage infrastructure and logistics networks well before time.

inFarmer is a product of WaterSprint. WaterSprint is an independent knowledge company active where water, climate and agriculture domains meet IT innovations.

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