Our Vision

RMSI Cropalytics aims to organize all relevant data related to natural calamities and the agriculture industry in order to throw a sharp light on agrarian distress hotspots, to enable help to reach those who need it, when they need it.

RMSI Cropalytics focuses on data analytics, that combines advanced modelling, machine learning, and crop and meteorological domain expertise to provide solutions to decision-makers in government, crop insurance, agriculture input sector, commodity trading and social sector.

RMSI Cropalytics is a subsidiary of RMSI, one of the largest geospatial employers with an employee base of over 3400 resources and a company that is consistently ranked amongst the top companies to work for.

RMSI is a global leader in geospatial and engineering solutions. These solutions address global issues of climate change, natural calamities, human habitation, food security, autonomous transportation, smart utilities and networks.

We believe, technology can solve many challenges of agriculture

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Incorporated on August 14, 2019

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The Team

We are a young bunch of scientists, tech-geeks, data driven enthusiasts, working towards building innovation and excellence in agri-tech.

The Leaders

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Roli Jindal

Co-Founder
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Pushpendra Johari

Director

A Robust Data Repository on Indian Agriculture

Time Independent Data

Historical Information
  • Crop yield (8 to 20 years)
  • Weather data (114 years)
  • Pest & Disease Attack events (18 years)
  • Natural catastrophes – Landslides (30 yrs), Cyclones (200 years), Hailstorms (35 years)
  • Crop Losses due to Nat Cat events
  • Satellite imagery
  • Soil Types
  • Crop varieties

Time Independent Data

 
  • Weather forecast
  • Crowd-sourced information
  • Planted crop varieties
  • Crop yield by IU for previous year

Processed Data

(Cleansed & De-Trended)
  • Historical Crop Yield
  • Historical Rainfall and Temperature
  • Gridded rainfall based on station data

Boundaries | State, Districts, Tehsil, Villages (more than 6.5 lakh)

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