Dimitra Incorporated is a global Agtech company with a mission to help smallholder farmers across the world. Dimitra works with governments, government agencies, NGOs, and for-profit organizations. The Dimitra platform is built on blockchain technology and incorporates mobile technology, machine learning, IoT devices, satellite and drone imagery, genomics, and advanced farming research. Through our data driven approach, Dimitra helps farmers increase yields, reduces expenses, and mitigates risk. Dimitra believes that every smallholder farmer, regardless of economic standing, should benefit from simple, beautiful, and useful technology.
By 2050 we will need to feed 9.7 billion people. In 2021, over 1 billion people go to bed hungry everyday, in the past five years this problem is growing, not reducing. One third of the world's population are smallholder farmers, operating subsistence level farms, typically smaller than 5 hectares and struggling to produce enough food to feed their own family. In G20 nations, farmers have access to technology that helps them operate their farm as a commercial enterprise, greatly exceeding their own family's needs and allowing them to supply food to hundreds of people. There is certainly a significant divide which needs to be closed.
Our current farming practices are less than sustainable, agriculture accounts for 70% of the world's fresh water usage, farms generate a significant amount of pollution. We have lost 50% of our topsoil in the past 150 years, this is coupled with loss of nutrients and salinity problems with much of the remaining soil. Educating farmers about leading practices is a challenge for governments, creating a means to educate and share best practices is a labor intensive process..
Our current methods further threaten food security, over 1/3 of the food produced in the world is lost or wasted in the process… Poor storage techniques, losses in transportation and border crossings, waste in the markets and grocery supply chain are all challenges that corporations, governments and farmers are trying to solve. Food security issues exacerbate growing challenges with malnutrition, the cost of healthy diets are unaffordable to over 3 billion people in the world.
Smallholder farmers in many areas of the world struggle to make ends meet. These farmers can play a huge role in solving the world food shortage, improving food safety and addressing food security issues. Putting simple, beautiful, effective technology in their hands is our core goal. We want to help them improve their productivity with the power of information.
At Dimitra we are on a mission to make our technology available to smallholder farmers globally. We believe that every smallholder farmer, regardless of economic standing, should benefit from simple, beautiful and useful technology... because when farmers thrive, entire economies thrive.
According to the World Bank, agricultural development is one of the most powerful tools to end extreme poverty, boost shared prosperity and feed a growing world. Growth in the agriculture sector is 2-4 times more effective in raising incomes among the world's poorest compared to other business sectors.
Smallholder farmers are rapidly adopting mobile phones and have a new platform to run their business, learn new farming techniques, record their performance, communicate with government ministries and agricultural experts. Most agricultural software is an expense that they cannot afford. We are on a mission to change agriculture software affordability.
Dimitra is actively working with governments and non governmental organizations to make our "Connected Farmer" platform available to smallholder farmers in developing nations, free of charge. This platform enables farmers to use advanced technology which provides them with actionable data, breaking the cycle of poverty, enriching their economy through increased crop yields and healthier livestock.
The Dimitra Connected Farmer Platform is available in Android, iOS, and Web versions and is available in a growing list of languages. The platform is targeted at supporting developing nations to allow smallholder farmers to record their farming activities, create and receive detailed dashboard reports, and receive recommendations that will allow them to make informed decisions that directly impact their standard of living.
Dimitra decided to solve many challenges with Blockchain in concert with Mobile and Machine learning. Blockchain provides farmer anonymity, enterprise level data security, document auditability, secure track and trace, immutability, and maintains privacy between government, corporations and farmers stakeholders.
Dimitra has ambitious and impactful goals. Our goal is to grow our platform to 100 million smallholder farmer users within the next 4-years. We already have agreements with 8 countries. To achieve our ambitious goal we have several key business strategies:
5-Year Roadmap (2021 - 2026)
Years of Experience in Technology
Country Partners in
Projects operating in Countries around the world
Connected Farmer Platform Available in
Languages - English, Hindi, Marathi, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Nepalese. Soon Swahili, Arabic, French
Our Connected Farmer platform is targeted at developing nations to allow smallholder farmers to record their farming activities, receive reports and provide recommendations allowing them to make informed decisions to increase yield, reduce cost and mitigate risk. Dimitra is actively working with governments and non governmental organizations to make our "Connected Farmer" platform available to smallholder farmers in developing nations, free of charge.
Our "Connected Farmer" platform provides a variety of functionality to support a farmer running a small business.
Dimitra is leading the industry with our advanced Livestock Genetics Management Platform. The platform tracks animal parentage using DNA information because progeny impacts an animals’ worth. Determining parentage and recessive carrier status is one of the benefits of genomics research, which is underutilized in many areas of the world. The system is improving reproductive selection within herds to achieve higher quality and healthier livestock products.
Dimitra is providing simple, actionable methods to track animal parentage through DNA to increase the value of each animal in the market. The Dimitra platform is expanding to include new features and supported animals. The Livestock Genetics Management Platform supports cattle, poultry, and goats. Dimitra will add sheep, swine, and horses to our system in future versions.
Our specialty is solving problems with technology. Our founder has been applying technology to solve operational and financial problems for over 25 years.
Our platform combines an extensive list of modern technologies:
Are you interested in learning how technology is transforming agriculture and livestock management?
We work directly with government officials, agriculture and livestock leaders, as well as University or college professors to explore technologies that are changing the face of farming. Our 24-hour Digital Transformation Workshop explores the following technologies: Blockchain, Machine Learning, IoT and Sensors, Drones, Genomics, Robotics. Sign up for our next round of registration today.
Our incubator program is looking for startups with innovative technology concepts that have the potential to change the world of Agriculture.
We are offering a total of 200,000 DMTR in grants to 9 of these innovative Ag Tech startups. We will also provide each startup with mentoring and support for 3 months while they are developing their products to MVP. Weekly meetings with our business and tech teams to help move each project forward.
Applications are now open until March 31, 2022.
Are you a government or organization looking for a custom agricultural solution? Our application has a variety of modules that we can customize to your organization's needs. Here is a list of Modules we currently have available:
Dimitra is actively looking for new partners to join our ecosystem. It interested, please fill out our contact form or email firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
To accelerate our mission and enrich the lives of farmers and grow economies around the world, we made the decision to launch our digital token offering in order to rapidly scale our already successful business and to include the global community in the opportunity for financial participation.
Dimitra is an agricultural technology company committed to advancing the following United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)
Dimitra holds the following environmental, social, and governance initiatives, along with other visionary innovations to change the agricultural world for the better.
Through building a community of mission driven organizations, leaders, agro-entrepreneurs, and educators that will transform the lives of farmers, their families and communities around the world. The development of the Dimitra Ecosystem relies on these specific principles to create a successful environment of: Inclusion, Collaboration, Acceleration, Community and Opportunity.
We will provide access to one smallholder farmer, who otherwise could not afford the technology, for every $5 raised in our token sale. This single act has the power to elevate one farmer and their family from a life of hunger and poverty.
We will harness the world’s innovators and invite AgTech innovators to build upon our platform, forming an ecosystem of solutions aimed at advancing agriculture for the well being of our farmers, governments, the earth and her inhabitants.
Dimitra is looking for innovative technology concepts from within the global regions we operate. Companies will have the opportunity to participate in a three-month mentoring and support program with the intention of developing an MVP and go-to-market strategy.
Dimitra in an interdependent ecosystem. An interactive network of community participants, each playing a role in the success of the greater ecosystem. Ecosystem members can include token participants, partnerships, government ministries & NGO’s, etc.
The Dimitra Ecosystem Grants are designed to spur economic development through agro-related job creation, skill development, and technology training.
Smallholder farmers in many areas of the world struggle daily to make ends meet. They are focused on supporting their families and their communities. Despite the pressure of feeding their families, typically of 7 members, smallholder farmers unknowingly carry much of the burden of solving many of the world’s most pressing issues. If smallholder farmers can increase their yields, reduce their costs and mitigate risks, they could have a considerable influence and impact over the following global issues:
According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UN-FAO), this amounts to over 3 billion people on 475 million small farms. The majority of these farmers live below the poverty line and generally employ only family. Remarkably, in developing nations, these farmers can produce over 70% of the food that the country consumes. The number of medium-size farms globally is rising, and increased smallholder productivity will be the biggest growth driver. Closing the technology gap between developed and developing nations’ agricultural performance makes for considerable gains.
We are striving to “level the playing field” in agricultural technology. Working with our growing global ecosystem we will provide farmers in developing nations with access to the best Agtech platform and innovations, enabling them to:
• Use data to make better decisions
• Create valuable records about their practices
• Access a repository of farming best practices
• Access critical weather, satellite and sensor data
Most importantly we are striving to impact productivity in developing nations. Agricultural productivity growth in low-income countries is rising at an average annual rate of just 1 percent. The UN Sustainable Development Goals call for doubling the productivity of the lowest-income farmers by 2030. Our ecosystem can help achieve incredible growth in productivity, a farmer can double their output in a few short years if they employ best practices.
Attaining the UN goals of doubling productivity significantly impacts the standard of living of smallholder farms as a productivity double allows 5 times as much produce to go to market. This leads to the ability of bringing other people out of food shortage and brings up the standard of living within the community, it will lead to the ability to increase education, potable water, sanitation, road networks and shelter. The social good of these improvements compounds quickly within the community.
According to the World Bank, agricultural development is one of the most powerful tools to end extreme poverty, boost shared prosperity and feed a growing world. Growth in the agriculture sector is 2-4 times more effective in raising incomes among the world’s poorest compared to other business sectors.
Over the past 5 years, smallholder farmers have been rapidly adopting mobile phones. In developing nations, agricultural software is still an expense that farmers cannot afford. Providing Dimitra to smallholder farmers as a platform to run their business, learn new farming techniques, record their performance, and communicate with government ministries and agricultural experts is necessary for accelerating their success.
We are now in over 65 countries and are continuing to grow globally.
See some of our team members below. If you have a background in agriculture and
are looking for a job in sales or tech please send your CV to email@example.com.
Dimitra Incorporated is excited to be leading the delivery of Digital Technology & Regenerative Farming Methods in Crop and Livestock with three distinguished organizations within Nepalese agriculture: The NMC (Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd.), the JBS (Jiwan Bikash Samaj), and Nepal Krishi Care (NKC) Pvt Ltd. These Nepalese organizations consist of hundreds of thousands of farming-based households to whom Dimitra will provide new and innovative technology solutions for Nepal’s agriculture sectors. The goal is to ensure effective delivery to market and improve profitability for the following Nepalese crops; dairy, cereals, fish, fruits, vegetables, seed production; from farmers to end consumers with a framework of sustainable livelihood development in Nepal.
Dimitra was awarded a contract from the OBC Indian Chamber of Commerce, Industries, and Agriculture for deploying the “Connected Farmer” platform to 1.3 million farms in India for soil assessment & remediation. This may be one of the largest soil remediation projects ever. Dimitra was also awarded a contract with Agzon Agritech for 350,000 farms to distribute our “Connected Farmer platform.”
Dimitra has signed a partnership with the 3rd largest fruit producer globally, the Brazilian Association of Fruit Producers and Exporters. Its members represent more than 85% of the total fruit exported by Brazil. Dimitra will explore how our technologies can be used to increase efficiency in Brazilian fruit farming, logistics, and exports. Some context on how massive this is — Agriculture is responsible for 26% of GDP in 2020 in Brazil, and 32.5% of workers within Brazil are linked to agribusiness.
Dimitra has signed an agreement to work with the Ugandan National Animal Genetics Research Center (NAGRC) and Loys’ Technologies to build a system that allows Uganda to use historical & genetic data around the parentage of cattle and find out ways to improve the health of cattle and increase livestock productivity.
In partnership with SOJAG, Dimitra will implement our Connected Farmer Platform in Bangladesh to support several critical farmer service initiatives already underway. These projects include agriculture education programs, farm & livestock insurance, micro-credit financing, food safety, and security. The scope of this project is one million farms.