Hummingbird Technologies at CropTec 2020

By Hummingbird Technologies Ltd

Our mission, through sophisticated modelling and predictive analytics, is to measure sustainability, optimise food production and push the boundaries of science and technology

Transforming the agriculture industry

Hummingbird Technologies is an artificial intelligence business that provides advanced crop analytics to its customers by using proprietary machine learning algorithms applied to remote sensing captured imagery.

Our expertise and insights allow our customers: to increase their yields, optimise chemical inputs, farm more sustainably and make earlier, more informed management decisions. All of these contribute to a positive return on their bottom line and reduced environmental impact.

By pushing the boundaries of science and technology, our mission, through sophisticated modelling and predictive analytics, is to measure sustainability, optimise food production and push the boundaries of science and technology.

Hummingbird is a UK British start up, now providing data analytics and product services globally in Europe, Africa, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, California, Canada and the far East.

Please come and discuss how we can help you and your business at the CropTec virtual stand this year, or if you cannot make the event, contact us on sales@hummingbirdtech.com

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