AirSmat Enters Nvidia Inception Program

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Airsmat, a software company that develops cutting edge software solutions to solve real-life problems using drone capabilities, has joined the Nvidia Inception, a program that nurtures cutting-edge startups that are revolutionizing industries with artificial intelligence.

 

AirSmat uses drone and satellite data to propel development across sectors. AirSmat’s approach, according to a report on Nairametrics, is in “capturing data, ingesting data to their platform, and processing same in an intelligent way and its ability to digest large amounts of data and draw precise conclusions will help businesses gain insight into creative, beneficial strategies for the future.”

“We are starting out with data intelligence in farming. AirSmat is on a journey to ensure food security in Nigeria and the African continent by helping farmers and farm owners have access to useful intelligence that helps them take proactive steps to solve problems on their farms before the harvest season.”

“With this, we are sure of maximum yield for farmers, increased profitability, and cascading effect of food security for Nigerians and everyone on the continent. We are starting out in Nigeria, but our market is Africa.”

Speaking on the development, AirSmat CTO, Adeoluwa Ibikunle said: “Being part of NVIDIA accelerator program is a major milestone in our journey to build a world-class pan-Africa AI-driven business”.

“AirSmat’s simple goal is – Using AI, we save farmers and farm owners valuable time and resources in identifying problems on their farms before these affect the yield of the planting season; being part of NVDIA accelerator program is the best thing that has happened to AirSmat as it will help us to achieve this goal with precision.”

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