FMO financing will support the expansion of EagleSensing, a Dutch startup that provides farm management support by taking images from planes, satellites and drones, gathering data on crops, soil, irrigation and diseases. EagleSensing is one of the winners of FMO's Finture Solutions challenge 2019.
According to the project description, the E&S category is B and the following environmental and social standards are triggered by the project: IFC PS 1-4, and 6-8.
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