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Specialty crops deserve specialized intelligence


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Specialty crops deserve specialized intelligence


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NoukaTech INc.

Introducing Nouka Technologies, giving specialty crop growers timely insight to maximize crop performance. Nouka's technology, products and services deliver information down to the level of each tree through a combination of robotics, advanced sensing, machine learning, and high throughput data processing. Developed in collaboration with the robotics lab at University of Pennsylvania, Nouka enables growers to immediately take action to increase revenue, minimize costs, or both. Long term, Nouka continued robotic and analytics research and development will provide new value creating capabilities, products and services to both agriculture and eventually other markets.

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Products and Services


Products and Services


Sensor Products

Color coded maps of fields and orchards showing condition of individual plants

Color coded maps of fields and orchards showing condition of individual plants

Multiple sensors and analyses for general or targeted scans including: visible & thermal cameras, LIDAR, hyperspectral, and others

Multiple sensors and analyses for general or targeted scans including: visible & thermal cameras, LIDAR, hyperspectral, and others

Aerial Robot sensor scans of crops

Aerial Robot sensor scans of crops

Ground Robot sensor scans of crops

Ground Robot sensor scans of crops

DRONE SERVICE DEMO

NoukaTech aerial robots navigating and scanning between grape vineyard rows in California and Apple orchard rows in Pennsylvania. Multiple sensor sources analyzed individually and collectively to determine characteristics and conditions both across the entire field and individual plants and trees. The information is presented to the growers typically in easy to understand color coded maps."

Results


Results


Results

Four reps of apple trees (120 trees total test sample).Green apples scanned in July. Ripe red apples scanned in October immediately prior to harvest.

Scanned at night with sensors and artificial illumination on an ATV. Images processed to automatically produce fruit count estimates.

Press


Press


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Clients and Collaborators


Clients and Collaborators


Clients

Agriculture Collaborators and Advisors

Agriculture scientists & representatives of Washington state growers

Agriculture scientists & representatives of Washington state growers

Morris Arboretum Horticultural Center

Morris Arboretum Horticultural Center

University of Florida’s Citrus Research and Education Center

University of Florida’s Citrus Research and Education Center

The Penn State Fruit Research and Extension Center

The Penn State Fruit Research and Extension Center

Clark Seavert, Agronomist, Professor, Oregon State University

Clark Seavert, Agronomist, Professor, Oregon State University

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Leadership


Leadership


Regina Gindin

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Vijay Kumar

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CJ Taylor

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JIM MEYERS

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Our Team

Contact


Contact


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