In Georgia, CAMP3, a pioneer in practical artificial intelligence solutions, partnered with the University of Georgia to transform how farmers make planting, growing and harvesting decisions.
The exclusive data-sharing partnership will provide users of CAMP3’s FARMWAVE app access to UGA’s extensive catalog of over 35,000 crop and plant species, collected over 20 years. This relationship takes full advantage of FARMWAVE’s intelligence and collaboration capabilities and UGA’s 100+ years of research-based information. This will help farmers rapidly identify risks to their crops and find answers from a global community.
“UGA is excited for the opportunity to share our data with a solution that has potential to revolutionize the global agriculture industry,” says Laura Perry Johnson, Associate Dean for Extension at UGA’s College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences. “We understand the importance of getting information to the field, and think FARMWAVE’s solution fills a much-needed void experienced by farmers around the world.”