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A NEW WAY
OF Soil Analysis

Providing The Insights For A Sustainable Future

Agritechnica 2019 - Hall P11 Stand D22

Your Soil Analysis

WORKFLOW

Field Definition

Select the area and timeframe to be analyzed.

Gather Data

Our system acquires the best available satellite imagery from different sources for the selected area. These are combined with additional field-specific data such as temperature, soil moisture and elevation models to create an accurate reconstruction of your field conditions.

Our Algorithm

Machine learning is not just a buzzword for us, it’s the tool enabling us to extract extraordinary insights out of ordinary data.

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2019
pH
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Actionable Results

Unlike traditional soil analysis, we provide high-resolution nutrient measurements for the entire field, not just averages of probed locations. Furthermore, historic imagery enables insight into trends.

Your Soil Analysis

WORKFLOW

2019
pH
N
TBD

Field Definition

Select the area and timeframe to be analyzed.

Gather Data

Our system acquires the best available satellite imagery from different sources for the selected area. These are combined with additional field-specific data such as temperature, soil moisture and elevation models to create an accurate reconstruction of your field conditions.

Our Algorithm

Machine learning is not just a buzzword for us, it’s the tool enabling us to extract extraordinary insights out of ordinary data.

Actionable Results

Unlike traditional soil analysis, we provide high-resolution nutrient measurements for the entire field, not just averages of probed locations. Furthermore, historic imagery enables insight into trends.

Audili
strives to make
the United Nations
Sustainable Development
Goals a reality

Fertilizer can help millions out of poverty, but without soil insights its potential is wasted

Excess

A survey of N application to maize in China showed that 54% of applied N fertilizers was excess, unnecessarily reducing the farmer's income

Profitability

Reduction of this excess usage can increase household incomes by up to 15%.

High and stable yields are necessary to feed a growing population

Maximizing Yields

To achieve high yields, soil fertility management is crucial but requires insights into the nutrient distribution which are costly and labor-intensive to obtain

Sustainable Yields

Optimizing the fertilizer amount is crucial to avoid harming the soil and therefore reducing the future yield potential

Fertilizers are indispensable but also a significant contributor to global warming

Preventable Damage

Ineffective excessive fertilizer use must be reduced by providing every farmer with accessible and affordable soil insights

Need for Monitoring

Governments and environmental agencies need effective and efficient tools to monitor excessive fertilizer usage

Fertilizer kills algae and other microorganisms, removing the oxygen out of coastal waters

Pollution

Because of the lacking insights and the resulting overuse of fertilizer, the amount that can’t be kept in the soil is washed away into the groundwater and the ocean

Health Risks

Excess fertilizer pollutes the groundwater and poses serious environmental and health risks

Sustainable usage is necessary for future biodiversity

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

Audili
strives to make
the United Nations Sustainable Development
Goals a reality

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

Fertilizer can help millions out of poverty, but without soil insights its potential is wasted

Excess

A Survey of N fertilizer application to maize in China showed that 54% of the expensive fertilizers was excess, unnecessarily reducing the farmer's income

Profitability

Reduction of this excess usage can increase household incomes by up to 15%.

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

High and stable yields are necessary to feed a growing population

Maximizing Yields

To achieve high yields, soil fertility management is crucial but requires insights into the nutrient distribution which are costly and labor-intensive to obtain

Sustainable Yields

Optimizing the fertilizer amount is crucial to avoid harming the soil and therefore reducing the future yield potential

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

Fertilizers are indispensable but also a significant contributor to global warming

Need for Monitoring

Governments and environmental agencies need effective and efficient tools to monitor excessive fertilizer usage

Preventable Damage

Ineffective excessive fertilizer use must be reduced by providing every farmer with accessible and affordable soil insights

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

Fertilizer kills algae and other microorganisms, removing the oxygen out of coastal waters

Pollution

Because of the lacking insights and the resulting overuse of fertilizer, the amount that can’t be kept in the soil is washed away into the groundwater and the ocean

Health Risks

Excess fertilizer pollutes the groundwater and poses serious environmental and health risks

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

Sustainable and stable yields are necessarry to feed a growing population

Guesstimating

Soil probing is a often ignored practice because of its cost or other factors and instead farmers often fall back on guesstimating

Sustainable High Yields

Policies such as the nitrate directive mean that farmers have to keep the yield high while using less inputs

00

Mission

01

Poverty

02

Hunger

13

Climate

14

Water

15

Land

Hall P11 Stand 22

Visit us at Agritechnica 2019 from 10 till the 16 of November and get an indepth explanation of our service plus a showcase.

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