Milan Innovincy, a Dutch based technology company (to be incorporated) focusing on spatiotemporal computing.
FMO's funding objective is to support KYP to roll out its digital plot creation technology and further develop products that link plot data to geo-data and make plot-data relevant for service providers such as plantation managers, agri input suppliers, banks, and insurance companies.
The project is aligned with FMO's Seed MASSIF strategy using KYP which is an innovative market-based approach focused on smallholder farmers in Africa while using technology to increase food production and improve farm economics.
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