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BharatRohan partners with ABI-ICRISAT to empower farmers with drone technology

BharatRohan partners with ABI-ICRISAT to empower farmers with drone technology

In a groundbreaking development, BharatRohan, a pioneering agri-tech startup specializing in UAV/Drone Spectral Imaging-based Decision Support System (DSS) for farmers, has joined forces with ABI-ICRISAT, the Agri-Business Incubator of ICRISAT.

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GURUGRAM, 18 October 2023: In a groundbreaking development, BharatRohan, a pioneering agri-tech startup specializing in UAV/Drone Spectral Imaging-based Decision Support System (DSS) for farmers, has joined forces with ABI-ICRISAT, the Agri-Business Incubator of ICRISAT.

This strategic alliance is poised to usher in a new era of agricultural technology, one that promises to revolutionize crop monitoring through hyperspectral technology.

In this collaboration with ABI-ICRISAT, BharatRohan is set to connect with Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs), offering drone-based crop monitoring services that uplift farmers' livelihoods and ensure a resilient and sustainable food supply chain. This partnership is not only about innovation but also serves as a unique platform for networking and fostering opportunities within the agriculture industry.

To bolster their innovation efforts, BharatRohan gains access to state-of-the-art office facilities and expert branding counsel, providing essential support that will further cement the company's esteemed position in the dynamic agricultural imagery sector.

Rishabh Choudhary, the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of BharatRohan, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "This partnership represents a quantum leap in our capabilities to harness hyperspectral and multispectral imaging technologies for the betterment of farmers and the agricultural industry at large. We are not merely innovating; we are pioneering a future where agriculture is smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable."

Harshaditya, a Remote Sensing Engineer at BharatRohan, emphasized the significance of this collaboration, saying, "The R&D on hyperspectral data-driven solutions will be pivotal in developing spectral indices and libraries, essential components in hyperspectral data analysis. The spectroscopy-based hyperspectral technique's ability to detect crop issues even before they visually manifest will empower us to address challenges like pest infestations, nutrient management, and precision farming."

Empowering Farmers Through Advanced Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging, a cornerstone in collecting crop phenotypic data, enables early disease detection and the identification of crop health. When integrated with drone technology, it becomes essential for weed and disease monitoring, offering applications that range from early disease detection to severity quantification. In collaboration with ABI-ICRISAT, BharatRohan is expanding its research in hyperspectral imagery, aiming to bolster its product suite and reaffirm its commitment to harnessing state-of-the-art technology for sustainable farming and a secure food supply chain.

This partnership signifies a significant stride towards revolutionizing agriculture and empowering farmers with innovative solutions. With hyperspectral technology at the forefront, BharatRohan and ABI-ICRISAT are set to pave the way for a future where agriculture is not only more efficient but also more environmentally friendly and economically sustainable. This dynamic collaboration is poised to change the landscape of Indian agriculture, offering promising solutions to the challenges faced by the farming community.

For more information about BharatRohan and ABI-ICRISAT, visit their respective websites and stay tuned for the transformative advancements in agricultural technology that are sure to follow in the wake of this pioneering partnership.

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