Tenchijin’s COMPASS AI technology solves issues arising from climate change, pests, and diseases in agribusiness using satellite data from the Copernicus Land and Climate Change Services (Sentinel-1, -2, and -3). It compares land environments and provides actionable insights to agribusinesses about the health of their land, along with recommendations on suitable crops to grow, environmental monitoring, and predictions regarding future harvests. The scalability, timeliness, and accuracy provided by COMPASS ensure that customers can grasp issues on their land, tailor their procedures to specific parcels, optimise their inputs and fuel consumption, maximise their revenues, enhance their productivity, and make agriculture more sustainable.
COMPASS has significant advantages over the competition thanks to its versatile, scalable AI technology, which processes big data to provide clearer actionable insights to customers in a timely manner.
“With Tenchijn, we have a winner who will tackle the challenges of tomorrow. Tenchijn’s model enables us to plan today how the cultivation areas for different crops will shift with regard to climate change. This makes it possible to act and plan in a timely manner.”
Jörg Migende, Head of Agricultural Distribution & Head of Digital Farming, BayWa AG
Adrien Lemal, Yuhei Urabe, Dr Kenichi Sasaki