Digital Agriculture Services (DAS) is a rural technology company based in Melbourne. The company, founded in 2017 in partnership with CSIRO, Australia's national scientific agency, is delivering rural analytics based on its industry-first Rural intelligence Platform, which is built on breakthroughs in machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). The platform, which is currently offered on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis, combines machine learning and cloud-based geospatial technology to deliver reliable, independent and robust farm data and analytics. Independent data from trusted CSIRO and government sources is integrated with purpose-built, proprietary analytics on different land attributes, ranging from water access, productivity, yield, land use, crop type, rainfall and more into one, easy-to-use database.
The platform uses satellite imagery to track paddocks and their performance over time. Information from Australia's digital soil map is incorporated and climate information interpreted to show drought, frost, heat stress for livestock and other risks. Australian farmers get access to the platform at no cost and can review information on every farm in Australia. Including property data, title information, recent sales, land productivity, carrying capacity, soil type, land use, climate and risk data. The farmer will also be able to download a rural property report and request a desktop property appraisal or valuation.
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|Country of origin||Australia|
|Key Contact||Anthony Willmott|
|Phone Number||+61 400 687 750|
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Since it was established in partnership with CSIRO in 2017, DAS has secured funding from founding equity and R&D partner CSIRO, Australian ASX-listed agribusiness Ruralco and private investors.
|Supported Regions||All of Australia|
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|Data privacy and security policy|
DAS fully understands how the risks related to Information Security and Privacy affect our business operations, and we take all precautions to safeguard sensitive information to ensure a secure online environment. To ensure this, we:
1. Consistently apply and manage secure configurations of our systems, applications and network devices.
2. Perform vulnerability scans and remediate critical and high vulnerabilities when discovered.
3. Have malware defence mechanisms in place that are deployed on all our computing devices.
4. Have processes and tools to back up customer information or services.
Terms and conditions apply. Please refer to our legal statement.