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AICRAFT and GoMicro partner on utilising AI solutions in agriculture


AICRAFT and GoMicro partner on utilising AI solutions in agriculture

South Australian artificial intelligence (AI) company AICRAFT and deep tech company GoMicro have formed a partnership through a Memorandum of Understanding. AICRAFT will provide its low-power, compact, high-performance edge computing systems to power GoMicro's AI assessment solutions for agriculture and other industrial in-machine applications. The collaboration aims to integrate edge computing solutions into various applications for GoMicro's customers, with a focus on agricultural use cases.

The project will leverage from AICRAFT’s world-class computing solutions for space and industrial applications which are particularly suitable for withstanding harsh, high-temperature, high-vibration conditions found in agriculture and mining.
The first application of the partnership will be for the real-time quality assessment of grains as they are offloaded from trucks into silos. This technology will soon enable farmers and buyers to assess the quality of the entire truck or ship more reliably - instead of relying on representative samples.
An initial protype is scheduled to be tested by Walco Seed Cleaners based in Halbury South Australia by end of the month.

Dr Tony Scoleri, AICRAFT’s CEO commented,

“We are extremely excited about this partnership with GoMicro, especially that we have already ported and successfully demonstrated GoMicro’s AI model for grain quality control working on a self-powered portable device. This type of practical AI at the edge will drive efficiency by reducing waste and enhancing productivity and sustainability.”

Dr Sivam Krish, GoMicro’s CEO/Founder said,

“The fusion of AI and edge computing will de-risk the entire agricultural value chain by removing the unreliability of manual sampling and the subjectivity of manual quality assessment.

Source:  AICRAFT

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