GeoPard Agriculture and Eurasia Group Kazakhstan partner to enhance precision farming

The two companies share a common goal: to contribute to the sustainable development of agriculture. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

In April 2023, Eurasia Group Kazakhstan and GeoPard Agriculture entered into a partnership agreement to bring the new GeoPard Agriculture solution to the markets of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

The two companies share a common goal: to contribute to the sustainable development of agriculture in Kazakhstan by introducing precision farming solutions and optimising crop production throughout the agricultural year. The cooperation is aimed to support farmers who are looking for new and practical ways to optimise and automate crop production processes, increase the profitability of their business, and reduce environmental footprint. 

Vladimir Klinkov, managing director and co-founder of GeoPard Agriculture, commented, “We are very excited to launch our solution for precision and sustainable agriculture in the Kazakh market. GeoPard Agriculture utilises cutting-edge technologies, including cloud computing for processing vast volumes of geospatial data, artificial intelligence, and analysing field data from all possible sources. The GeoPard team has been working in the field of agriculture and developing digital solutions since 2012, and now it has brought its expertise to the lands of Kazakhstan. We automate precision farming expertise and offer a solution at the most reasonable price with the best quality.”

Customers can manage productivity and analyse factors affecting field heterogeneity and yield, identify locations for soil sampling based on productivity zones, perform field monitoring and scouting, create variable rate application (VRA) maps for seeding, fertilising, crop protection products, and growth regulators applications. 

“The GeoPard Agriculture solution is unique in that it provides comprehensive analytics across a large number of data layers, relying on yield maps, soil analysis, air moisture and vegetation moisture indicators over a multi-year period,” commented Evgeny Chesnokov, director of Agricultural Management Division of Eurasia Group Kazakhstan. “The software is based on 35 years of NDVI satellite image data for each specific field, and then, at his discretion, the farmer can load other indicators into it with our help. 

“The programme will analyse the data and productivity of the field areas, making prescriptions for further differentiated application of seeds and fertilisers. This, above all, will lead to savings in seeds and fertilisers, and increase the yield and efficiency of the agricultural business.”  

The GeoPard Agriculture solution was tested in the fields of Kazakhstan this year and is already actively used by Kazakh farmers.