Intelligent Agriculture

What is intelligent agriculture?

It is an integrated approach to managing agricultural activity. It can bring a significant reduction in costs but also a significant qualitative and quantitative improvement in agricultural production.

Utilizes modern technologies and scientific knowledge in a way that you make better decisions for your production, benefiting your pocket and the environment.

What is the gaiasense system?

It is a Greek innovation that combines information technologies with agronomic science in a holistic way. The gaiasense platform is a multidimensional, integrated system of intelligent farming services, facilitating the work of both farmers and agricultural consultants and research scientists.

Gaiasense was developed entirely in Greece by the company NEUROPUBLIC SA and has been successfully implemented in recent years in Greece.

Today gaiasense covers more than twenty-five different types of crops and its infrastructure is installed in 65 different areas throughout Greece and abroad, covering more than 700 thousand acres. Year after year the areas covered by gaiasense more than double. In a few years, most of the Greek agricultural land will be covered. Priority is given to the integration of new areas where there is greater interest from the local productive economy.

Timely expression of interest helps gaiasense get to you faster.

In the field of intelligent agriculture gaiasense is a pioneer at European level.

  • Enhances and optimizes the decision-making process and precision applications in agricultural crops, no matter how small or large they are.
  • It collects data from the field, the satellite, the scientist and the farmer, and gives the tools to the agricultural advisor, the researcher and the farmer to take advantage of every opportunity to get a better, more and cheaper agricultural product from the Greek land.

But the European avant-garde of gaiasense is that it concerns everyone.

For the first time every farmer can benefit even if he has a few acres. And in fact without having to invest a single euro in technological equipment.

For the first time, any agricultural consultant can use all the four-dimensional tools to be informed about all aspects of their clients’ crops.

For the first time, the researcher has a tool with which he draws large-scale data from all agricultural areas and can test the result of his research in a productive, real environment.

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