# 2019



An insurance network to protect farmers from natural disasters

From 2005 to 2016 an average of 260 natural disasters occurred in developing countries each year. This has had a significant effect on agricultural communities in particular as entire crops are wiped out through floods, drought or hail. ProFind provides an intelligent insurance solution for farmers in developing countries. Using technologies such as drones, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remote sensing, accurate data is collected in order to assess the status of crops before and after natural disasters, with information shared on a web platform to provide transparency to all stakeholders. Faster disbursement is enabled, and risk is transferred from farmers to insurance companies through reliable pre- and post-disaster assessment.

Gautam Dadhich – Profind

  • Gautam Dadhich – Profind
    Asian Institute of Technology – Thailand

    Team consist of personals having rich experience in remote sensing, business development and Agriacultre. Mr. Gautam dadhich, have 5+ year of experience in applicaion of geosptial technology in agriculture. Dr. Hiroyuki Miyazaki have 12+ Years experience in business development in International projects with academic backgroud in economics. Team is one of four finalists in S-Booster 2019, a space-based business idea contest organized by the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan and GISTDA.more

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