Plant disease reduces the yield quality and quantity globally. Each year, 20% to 40% of total global crops production is lost because of pest and plant diseases in important crops such as maize, potato, and tomato. According to our survey, the majority of farmers diagnose plant diseases using their own assumption which makes it not accountable and not accurate enough. Technology solution could be the answer to the problem.
We develop Dr. Tania, a chatbot based mobile application that could help farmers to diagnose and manage plant diseases. The user could interact with Dr. Tania using daily language so the user can use the apps easily. The only thing a user needs to do is to take a picture of plant, upload it through Dr. Tania, and she/he will get quick plant disease diagnosis alongside recommended treatments and related products. Powered by Deep Learning, Dr. Tania presents a clear path towards smartphone-assisted crop disease diagnosis on a massive global scale. It could be integrated with satellite imagery, drone, IoT, e-Commerce, etc. Dr. Tania is projected will pass the turnover at the end of 2018 with ROI at 2019 reach 64%. It shows that this business is not just impactful, but also sustainable.

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4Blind company conducts research, develop, create and produce innovative technologies for the rehabilitation and improvement the quality of life of blind and deaf-blind people. 4Blind technical solutions: help them to communicate; give access to information around them; help develop in the professional field.

Advantages of 4Blind solutions: multifunctionality, its suitability for various objectives such as reading, writing, communication, the use of mobile phone, tactile access to graphic information; lack of comparable analogues in the market or absence of analogues; ease of use and servicing; affordable price.

Market opportunities: according to the latest report of the WHO in the world more than 7 million deafblind and more than 285 million blind people.

Sales strategy: direct sales to support organizations and foundations for people who are blind and deaf-blind, rehabilitation centers for the deaf-blind people, public and private companies providing jobs for people with disabilities, insurance companies; sales through international distributors of technical rehabilitation equipment, as well as sale of licenses for the right to manufacture the device in other countries.

We’ve already conducted testing of devices in associations and funds engaged in the support of blind and deafblind people having received confirmation that users need them, and devices meet expectations.

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