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Antona Cehova 1
Novi Sad
Serbia

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381 21 528493

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DUNAVNET DOO LLC

DunavNET is a research-intensive SME and expert company that develops agroNET – a suite of smart agriculture services designed to help farmers to optimize production processes, increase the quality and the yield of the crops. The core value we provide is a library of digital agriculture enablers, packaged into interoperable modules deployed on the cloud and accessible via APIs. These modules combine embedded models of soil, water, crops, etc. with real time measurements like soil moisture, weather forecast, drone and satellite images, insect counting, machinery working conditions, cost and benefits of chemical crop protection products as well as built-in agriculture knowledge base to provide recommendations and advices on which agriculture measures to undertake and how to do them. The toolset is rounded up with web and mobile applications for visualization of data and advices enabling out of the box experience.

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