Saskatchewan-Based Tech Company Develops AI Grain Grading App to Revolutionize Agriculture Industry
A Saskatchewan-based tech company, SuperGeo A.I Tech, has developed a groundbreaking app that aims to revolutionize the agriculture industry by helping farmers in grading grain quality. The app, called Grain Grading, utilizes artificial intelligence to count grain kernels and check for quality within seconds, automating time-consuming tasks and removing subjectivity in the grain grading process.
The brainchild of Weiping Zeng, CEO of SuperGeo A.I Tech, Grain Grading was inspired by Zeng’s farming background and his desire to assist farmers who put in extensive hours for uncertain returns. After chatting with farmers about their current method for checking grain quality, Zeng realized the potential of using AI technology to streamline and improve the process.
Lyndon Lisiza, SuperGeo A.I. Tech’s chief marketing officer, explained that the app has the potential to provide a clear definition of grain grades, ensuring that farmers can maximize their profits. Currently, grain grading requires an inspector to manually go through each kernel of grain, determining its quality and identifying any positive or negative attributes. By removing the subjectivity of human inspection, Grain Grading aims to provide farmers with accurate and consistent grain grading results.
The app not only tests for frost and heat damage but also provides accurate sample counts in wheat, canola, peas, and lentils. Zeng hopes that this new application of artificial intelligence will transform the agriculture industry going forward.
Farmers can currently access the app on Android devices, although it is yet to be released on Apple’s app store.
This innovative AI grain grading app developed by SuperGeo A.I Tech has the potential to significantly improve efficiency and profitability in the agriculture industry. By automating time-consuming tasks and removing subjectivity, farmers can save valuable time and resources, ultimately maximizing their profits. As the app continues to evolve and expand its capabilities, it could become an indispensable tool for farmers across the globe.