© Clever Farm

Why “Clever Farm” is considered clever? Well, one day a bunch people without jobs sat together and started thinking how they could use data from drones. One of the ideas was to use it in agriculture – so the story starts for Adam Zlotý, co-founder and CEO of the Czech start-up Clever Farm. The company started with one simple land management tool. Today it shows farmers from all over Central Europe how a combination of artificial intelligence, sensors and satellite data can make farm work far more efficient and environmentally friendly.

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Author profile picture Katarzyna is a Polish business & tech journalist. In Polish media she explains the European Union, entrepreneurship and science - business cooperation. At Innovation Origins she tries to show interesting innovations from Central Europe. Katarzyna is fascinated with the Solution Journalism and how technologies can help solve contemporary problems. She also runs InnovateCEE (www.innovatecee.com) - a blog about innovations made in Central Europe.