According to the UN forecasts, by 2050 it will be necessary to produce
more food products than now, to feed the growing population of the Earth
With software solutions from Allatrack you can automate up to
of your business transactions.
Our specialized development teams create software for agricultural drones, data analysis systems, enterprise mobility applications, cattle management, and so on.
Our developers can also help you use blockchain technology to create more secure supply chains
Allatrack engineers develop agritech data analysis software that collects, stores and analyzes data created by unmanned aerial vehicles, sensors and other devices. We use various algorithms, including machine learning and Artificial Intelligence, to extract useful information
Thanks to Allatrack solutions, livestock workers and veterinarians can access data and digital records in real time to better manage the health of each animalDownload PDF
Forecasting, decision making, increasing yield and process optimization, computer vision and block technology - all these technologies allow optimizing processes in the agricultural sector
Operationally make strategic and tactical decisions based on ongoing monitoring of the current business.
accurate forecasting and optimization of processes on farms. Our solutions facilitate logistics, procurement, management of cattle and much more.
increase of yield (on average by 15-20%), which are achieved by reducing the volume of used seeds, agrochemicals, fertilizers and water, more efficient use of land
a wide range of technologies from planning sowing and soil preparation, condition monitoring and crop management, moisture control, soil mineralization and temperature regime to harvesting the crop itself.
Operational savings are achieved through more efficient use of fertilizers, chemicals, and water. The technology also allows to optimize the number of personnel that is needed to care for crops, and to reduce losses arising due to human factors..
increasing animal productivity and product quality. Automated systems of fattening, milking and monitoring the health of livestock can increase milk yield by 30-40%.
Monitoring with GPS and sensors allows first to reduce fuel consumption to 20%, and to optimize routes and staff utilization.
The management of raw materials is designed to reduce losses (up to 25%) due to non-optimal storage conditions for agricultural products. Specially defined algorithms in real-time mode monitor the state of products (in particular, the temperature regime of storage facilities, humidity level, carbon dioxide content) and help decide on the need for sales / further processing.