6 search results for "agritech in india"

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Tata Trusts join hands to launch ‘Social Alpha Quest for Agritech Innovations’ to identify Agritech solutions that can impact small and marginal farmers

Up to 12 innovations will be selected to be a part of the first cohort of the India Agritech Incubation Network at IIT Kanpur 60 Agritech start-ups to be incubated over 5 years to impact 50,000 farmers Tata Trusts to provide grassroots level sandbox for pilots and implementation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Tata Trusts have joined hands to set up the India Agritech Incubation Network (I...

Agritech In India – Emerging Trends In 2019

NASSCOM’s report titled Agritech In India – Emerging Trends in 2019 underlines transformation and trends in the Indian Agritech Industry. The report covers emerging areas in Agritech with focus on key stakeholders and new business opportunities. Study also analysed Agritech start-up founder’s perspective on different issues. Key Findings Agritech 2018 & 2019 Highlights USD ~248 mn funding rece...

Beyond The Lab: Agritech

Hello, there from Beyond the Lab! Here’s the 2nd one. Internet + IoT + Mobility + Tech applications mean a deep impact across the agriculture space –, especially at the farm level. Our short video talks about Bharat Rohan’s drone capabilities and how it can help. We would love to know what you are doing in this space.  Do drop in your comments or email at samiran.ghosh@humminglive.com. or reach ou...

Agritech Case Study Series: ESE Agri Value Chain Solution by SourceTrace

BASIC DETAILS Product Name: ESE™ Name of Organization: SourceTrace Systems India Pvt Ltd At the helm: Dr. Venkat Maroju Year of Incorporation: 2007 Website: www.sourcetrace.com Core technology used: Java, MySQL,Cordova, SQLite, REST API and Json web services   PROJECT DETAILS Tell us about your product/solution in brief. SourceTrace is a SaaS (Software As A Service) company that focuse...

Gramcover: De-risking Rural Indian by harnessing the twin levers of technology and rural human capital

A doorbell rings at a house-hold in Kalkaji, the lady of the house comes to see who’s at the door. She had ordered her groceries from Grofers and is greeted by the ever-smiling delivery boy holding a big bag full of her regular Arial and Atta. As soon as the delivery boy finishes, keeps all her groceries on the dinning table, he asks- “Madam, card ya cash?”. Madam says- Card le lo and the grocery ...