Eliminating Waste In Farming
Vultus offers a satellite system for precision farming. The technology enables farmers around the world to grow healthier plants at a lower cost and significantly reduces environmental harm.
Our globally available technology aims to combat the over-fertilization of the soils by analyzing the specific nutrient needs within the fields and providing farmers with detailed nitrogen recommendations. These recommendations can save 30% of fertilizer usage, which significantly improves farmers profitability and drastically reduces waste in farming.
Vultus plant health analysis and nitrogen recommendations are available for farmers of all sizes, ranging from small plot farmers in developing countries to farmers, who operate on a large industrial scale. We provide a diagnostic tool beneficial for anyone, anywhere in the world.
Spread your nitrogen with precision. We provide you with complete nitrogen recommendations based on satellite data, as well as your crop and seed type. These recommendations will help you reduce the usage of fertilizers 30% and increase crop yield and quality. Our nitrogen recommendations play a key role in enabling waste-free farming.
Plant Health Analysis
Quantify the performance of your fields, understand variations within them, and detect issues with our comprehensive geometrically, radiometrically and atmospherically calibrated satellite imagery. We provide sub-weekly global satellite imagery at a premium resolution and quality.
Our analysis is solely
available as an application programming interface (API) service optimized for
Farm Management Systems (FMS). This partnership-based model allows the FMS
provider to enhance their platform through added value of Nitrogen recommendations
and Plant health analysis to farmers and helps them gain new revenue streams
through our plugin API. Contact us today to initiate integration.
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