No code artificial intelligence-powered applications and services providing company Sway AI partners with hybrid multi-cloud network deploying firm Trilogy Networks to promote AI technology for precision farming in the United States.
Together the companies will join the Rural Cloud Initiative (RCI) to boost the digital transformation of rural America. RCI is bringing edge computing’s economic and efficiency benefits to rural areas of the country.
The RCI was created by Trilogy Networks in 2020 with the goal of deploying a unified, dispersed cloud across 1.5 million square miles of rural America.
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The partnership will allow farmers to receive a complete artificial intelligence-powered precision agriculture solution from Sway AI and Trilogy Networks.
“The sheer thought of the different technologies and applications a farmer has to rely on can be overwhelming, creates a barrier to entry, and also discourages sustained use,” said Co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Sway AI Jitender Arora.
He further added that they would be able to provide farmers meaningful data and complete insights for precision farming utilizing the Sway AI unified application as the RCI’s newest partner.
As technology continues to evolve at an exponential pace, agricultural software and applications are becoming more widely used as they provide impactful and valuable data. The challenge is that there is no all-in-one solution available in the market that caters to all the needs of farmers.
With this new partnership, Sway AI and Trilogy Networks will unify data and improve decision-making across the whole production process to assist farmers.
COO of Trilogy Networks, Nancy Shemwell, said, “AgTech made simple – is the key – Trilogy’s FarmGrid™ is the answer. A digital agriculture platform simplifying connectivity challenges, delivering and supporting AgTech applications on a single platform allows the grower to see and utilize the data being gathered by a variety of IoT devices.”