First GeoAI-Driven Automation Platform

A GeoAI-Driven Digital Agriculture Platform for Automating Laborious Manual Observation Associated with Wheat Production

The grain sector is a key driver of Canada’s economic growth, with 20.5 million tonnes of wheat exports in 2017, and $21 billion in exports sales. Many activities associated with wheat production still rely on laborious manual observation, such as (1) wheat yield prediction; (2) early detection of wheat diseases and pests; (3) quantification of wheat disease severity; and (4) post-harvest assessment of wheat kernels. These manual, subjective tasks are costly, unreliable, and inaccurate. Regardless, they are essential to the success of farmers, breeders, researchers, buyers, and producers of wheat alike.

This government-funded project brings together numerous digital technologies, agri-food companies, and academic institutions to develop a novel GeoAI-driven smart farm platform, reducing manual observational requirements and increasing competitiveness, productivity and efficiency for Canada’s agricultural producers.

A GeoAI-driven mobile application to automate laborious manual observation associated with wheat production. A GeoAI-driven Web-Based Platform with four breakthrough features will be available soon.

An Integrated 2D and 3D Web-Based GeoAI Platform

SGA Web GIS is an integrated 2D and 3D Web-based GeoAI platform that integrates geospatial, AI, big data, cloud computing, and UAV technologies to help people collect, manage, analyze, and visualize large amounts of spatial data in a web-based platform. As our GeoAI technology can process spatial big data efficiently, the cost to maintain the system is much lower than current innovations, improving affordability for the end-user.


Our recent government funded projects include (1) Development of a web-based GeoAI framework to automatically detect, map, analyze, and predict community-level Covid-19 spread in real-time. (2) Development of a GeoAI-based Park Ecosystem Database

A web GIS to visualize how COVID-19 spread globally in real time from January 22 to today. Please click here to view live. A new version is upcoming.

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