Agremo announces its cooperation with Al Dahra, an international leader in grain, dairy, and animal feed production, to bring the benefits of precision farming techniques to their global business.
Al Dahra has an end-to-end supply chain and its food production operations start from farms, through processing, storing, distribution, to marketing to ensure a year-round uninterrupted supply of their wide range of products. The widespread geographic footprint, with a workforce of 5,000 employees, operating in over 20 countries and catering to more than 45 markets, makes Al Dahra a leader in Asia and the Middle East.
Al Dahra has consistently invested in securing state-of-art agricultural technology to maintain the standard and quality of their supply chains. Since managing farm operations across the globe is challenging, Al Dahra decided to collaborate with Agremo to improve their local operations in CEE, Serbia.
As the Nemanja Oparnica, the Chief Precision Agriculture Engineer of Al Dahra Serbia points out:
“One of the biggest limiting factors in intensive production is time, and all the investments we make as a company aim to enable the most accurate crop analysis possible, in the shortest possible time. Agremo is a company whose services enable us to do just that, and for that reason, we decided to cooperate.”
Agremo is a leading aerial imagery analytics software based on AI and backed by the expertise of agronomy scientists and the latest scientific research. Agremo is designed for around 100 annual and perennial grains, fruits, and vegetables. The ability to analyze this wide range of crops is crucial in monitoring farms that supply Al Dahra’s diverse product lines.
Agremo CEO, Milan Dobrota, explains:
“Our company wants to simplify remote sensing-based precision agriculture technology. We provide practical, accurate, yet user-friendly information, that will provide insights on the status of crops, which can guide decision-making for farmers as well as Enterprises, to take timely action, and optimize food production throughout the supply chain.”
Agronomists and managers can monitor crop production operations, from their offices throughout the crop cycle, and reduce much of the travel that was so far necessary. And this is exactly what Mr. Oparnica of Al Dahra Serbia wanted:
“With the help of Agremo software, one field trip allows us to make detailed and accurate analyses of the condition of crops on several hundred hectares, as well as more efficient decision-making.”
By utilizing Agremo data, at different stages of the crops, Al Dahra is looking forward to reducing investments in fertilizers and pesticides, and thus, simultaneously decreasing their impact on the climate. Moreover, limiting inputs, especially water for irrigation will help Al Dahra achieve its goals of becoming more sustainable, productive at a lower cost.
Together, both companies are looking forward to expanding their cooperation and making Al Dahra even more competitive and future-proof in its Ag business ventures.