Airsmat closed $100,000 in pre-seed funding from Zetogon (a UK-based company) in an effort to see it achieve its strategic goals for the continent. The investment is primarily for SmatCrows, targeting Nigerian customers.
AirSmat is heavily invested in creating future solutions through the use of drone technology. The company will help the use of drones in the industry through the creation of innovative software.
Part of a statement published by to Africa Business Communities, Adeoluwa Ibikunle, the CTO of Airsmat says, “Our innovative and creative approach will use world-class AI-powered software aimed at improving the efficiency of African farmers in terms of yields and productivity using the power of AirSmat Artificial Intelligent (AAI) driven software. The software will provide timely information about the state of their crops and general operations on their farmlands. “
He went on further to point out that Nigeria is the first place they will roll-out Smartcrows this October. They will then scale into other countries toward the second quarter of 2021.
The management at Zetogon also put out word saying, “The funds will be used to support the launch of the software services designed to change the agricultural landscape by providing AI-driven data that will add value to farming and all agro-allied businesses.”
With the new software solution, farmers will get more information on their farmlands, ensuring decisions are implemented in a timely manner while resulting in increased crop yield.
Find out more on their website at www.airsmat.com.