NFTs will be released in tranches of 1,000 and 100% of the proceeds of this investment will be provided to the farmer in the following goods and services:
The extended platform will be developed as a fully automated Web3 platform that provides many digital financial instruments supported by DMTR, enabled digitally by Dimitra’s platforms, and delivered by Ecosystem partners like OMA.
We are selling Series One of the Dimitra NFTs in the following multiples:
• Gain farm level visibility into farming practices
• Crop advisory for farmers
• Manage plantation assets such as equipment, seeds, no. of trees, varieties grown, etc
• Manage documents, farm goals, and receive weather reports
• Create and manage coffee cherry purchase orders
• Record drying and washing while maintaining quality control
• Divide lots by quality
• Register the species, variety, quantity, quality and price
• Record information on the date of reception, parchment coffee control, humidity, density, classification, primary and secondary defects and cupping scores.
• Create barcodes or QR codes for each batch of coffee generated, maintaining the link with the producers that supplied the coffee.”
The Dimitra Deforestation platform utilizes satellite images to differentiate between trees, crops, forested areas, and clear-cut areas. Machine learning is then trained to understand the differences between what is on the ground and the surrounding area. Some land can look the same to a satellite, and we need to train the AI to understand texture, color, reflectivity, etc. to help determine what it is actually seeing.
Artificial Intelligence enables the Deforestation Certificates to provide the necessary data to certify the farm. Each certificate generates revenue which is initially used to pay the filing fees, the balance is used to buyback tokens and a portion is burned. The Dimitra Deforestation Certificate is printed to the Ethereum / Polygon blockchain and creates an immutable record.
Dimitra Deforestation Compliance Module: The deforestation module makes it possible for producers and traders to prove their goods are unrelated to deforestation and helps regulatory authorities confirm compliance. GPS Track and trace is required to prove compliance with the new EU regulations by showing that the product was registered and came directly from the farm.
Our applications use spectral analysis and radar-based analysis from the satellite to provide us with readings on the ground. This data is combined with weather, planting, soil data, and known agronomy parameters, and a combination of statistical analysis and artificial intelligence is used to make recommendations to maximize the performance of each crop. These models are built for each crop and each combination of soil, terrain, weather, irrigation, and known soil data. Machine learning is used to compare data sets across the world and align those recommendations based on regional differences.
Crop performance is a feature of the Connected Farmer Platform. Farmers are available to license with payments in DMTR. Farmer rewards from licensing and use are locked for a fixed period of time prior to release back to the cooperative.
The platform analyzes agricultural data from farmer inputs, satellite images, value chain partners, and IoT devices and uses statistics and AI to deliver insights and recommendations to farmers so they can improve crop performance and overall profits. The platform connects national agriculture data to help governments generate reports and organize local agricultural value chains, providing traceability and data to develop better public policies and increase GDP.