I am an of Walrus.
Problem:
To feed 9 Billion people by 2050 food production will need to increase by 70% (FAO).
Nowadays farmers suffers up to 30% lost yields due to pests & diseases outbreaks and lack of
treatment. In order to fight P&D they use pesticides, which are not healthy to consume, worth of
up to 1,000$ per 1,000m² of protected agriculture annually. Secondly, farmers find it very hard
and time consuming to estimate crops yields, which can result in non-compliance with their
contracts and imposing penalties.
One of the reasons why farmers all over the world fail in P&D early detection and yields
forecasting is in respect of running a "One Man Business". They have workers, but they are only
doing the harsh routine tasks. Tasks such as planning crops planting, HR, sales, procure, managing
inventory, managing workers daily schedule, pests & diseases control, supply chain management,
business development and more are performed by the farmer only. If farmers could cut off two
crucial tasks as menti...
Problem:
To feed 9 Billion people by 2050 food production will need to increase by 70% (FAO).
Nowadays farmers suffers up to 30% lost yields due to pests & diseases outbreaks and lack of
treatment. In order to fight P&D they use pesticides, which are not healthy to consume, worth of
up to 1,000$ per 1,000m² of protected agriculture annually. Secondly, farmers find it very hard
and time consuming to estimate crops yields, which can result in non-compliance with their
contracts and imposing penalties.
One of the reasons why farmers all over the world fail in P&D early detection and yields
forecasting is in respect of running a "One Man Business". They have workers, but they are only
doing the harsh routine tasks. Tasks such as planning crops planting, HR, sales, procure, managing
inventory, managing workers daily schedule, pests & diseases control, supply chain management,
business development and more are performed by the farmer only. If farmers could cut off two
crucial tasks as mentioned and have access to needed knowledge they could take preventive
measures and manage their supply chain much better.

Solution:
To tackle those complex time and money consuming problems, Walrus provides small to large
scale indoors farmers with a revolutionary low budget, social solution; which ensures food security
on one hand and reduce labor and errors on the other.
Walrus take advantage of the micro drone emerging technology combined with AI algorithms,
providing users with the perfect solution for pests and diseases control and pre-harvest yields
management. Walrus Pygmy can detect and map intruders, locate and count fruits while the
computer vision algorithm is capable of reaching highly accurate identification and estimations
when analyzing the pictures gathered in the flight missions.
Our biggest advantage is that all been done autonomously, while the farmer can focus on other
tasks essential to his business success.
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