Garuda Aerospace, a producer of drones, and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, have agreed to cooperate on research projects and provide unmanned aerial vehicle services ( UAVs)
With the signing of the MOU for a 2-year period, the Department of Aerospace Engineering (DoAE) at IISC will assist them in future operations.
The association is a step toward realising the company's potential to develop digital input processing packaging tools, such as yield estimation from a given image, diagnoses of crops, surveillance, and mapping of fields and lands with the recently launched Droni drone by MS Dhoni, which will be used for surveillance, according to Agnishwar Jayaprakash, founder and CEO of Garuda Aerospace.
By supplying Kisan drones, we have already started strengthening the agriculture industry.
In accordance with the objective of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji, we want to make Indian farmers atmanirbhar.
We are pleased and eager to cooperate with Garuda Aerospace, stated Dr. SN Omkar, Chief Research Scientist Control and Guidance, IISc.
The farmers, the government, and the nation as a whole will gain from the collaborative development of new technology connected to drone surveillance applications made possible by this alliance.
IISc will offer a centralised cloud platform for data storage.
At a valuation of $250 million, Garuda Aerospace has started its $30 million Series A financing.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a former captain of the Indian cricket team, has made investments.
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