N.S.T. New Science Technology Ltd Presents Its Latest Version of Cropio – A Brand-New Service for Agricultural Business Management
Cropio is a satellite field management system that facilitates remote monitoring of agricultural land and enables its users to efficiently plan and carry out agricultural operations.
The international company N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd. presents its new service, called Cropio – a system for a remote field management and vegetation control. Since creating a pilot version of a product back in 2009, N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd. had seen a rapid growth of its client base. Following the 6 years of constant work on improvement and adjustments, N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd. presents its latest version of a brand new, scientific approach to an agricultural industry.
The company claims to be the first one to present this type of technology:
“We have been constantly researching the agricultural industry. We have seen the lack of a precise, targeted approach to a field management and vegetation control. So, we made a decision to create a solution, that would unite top-notch science solution with a simple interface.
“At this point, we can definitely say we have reached our goal! Our client base had grown drastically, we have customers in more than 30 countries. This is the best evidence of the effectiveness of our service,” says Anna Moren, N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd. spokesperson.
According to the company’s head of communications department, Cropio’s latest version includes field zoning and vegetation control system, yield forecast function and much more data processing aspects that are united in a simple, user-friendly interface.
About N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd: N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd. is an agriculture-directed company with r&d and processing centers in US and Eastern Europe. Founded in 2008, NST. New Science Technologies Ltd. has designed and produced Cropio – field management and vegetation control system, which became very popular among main agriculture giants.
(Source – Cropio news)