Collecting plant-by-plant data
Chloropy is a deep-tech computer-vision company, solely focussed on enabling agriculture professionals in data collection
At Chloropy, we automate collection of plant-level data by employing drones and sophisticated artificial-intelligence (AI) algorithms.
Development of each new crop variety or agrochemical takes over 7-10 years. A huge amount of data is collected from experiments over multiple locations to select the best product. But the data collection in agricultural research is time-consuming, laborious and expensive.
For example, to select a superior corn variety at least 20 different traits are compared in field experiments. Plant phenotype, tolerance to pest, disease or drought are some of the key traits evaluated. Likewise, while developing a new agrochemical different formulations, their doses, pest control efficacy and performance are thoroughly studied.
Drones can potentially increase data collection efficiency by 10X than manual methods.
Special drone sensors can collect valuable data from new perspectives that are unobtainable otherwise. Quality data enables researchers to make faster decisions and accelerate product launches.
Collect quality data & store securely
Make decisions faster
Save on operational cost
How it works?
Digital data collection
Images into insights using AI
Secure cloud platform
Visualisation of results
Access from any device
Gajendra has Masters and Ph.D. in Agricultural Entomology from Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (India). He worked for 16 years in private ag industry before founding Chloropy. Most recently, he was leading Insect Resistance Management efforts in Asia Pacific for Syngenta Singapore.
Gajendra Babu Ph.D.
Apoorv has Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering (BITS, Pilani, India) and Masters in Robotics from UPC, Barcelona (Spain). Before founding Chloropy, he was a Research Engineer at
Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD).