UZINFOCOM launches Digital Economy mobile application
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A single integrator for the creation and support of state information systems “UZINFOCOM” is launching the “Digital Economy” mobile application, which will allow farmers to remotely receive recommendations on caring for agricultural crops and soil.
The application is based on artificial intelligence (AI), which analyzes the data downloaded by the farmer and provides accurate information about the state of the plants. AI allows timely detection of negative factors and gives advice on their prompt elimination, allowing farmers to better respond to changes in agricultural health, analyze the state of the soil and solve problems with the recommendations received.
The user interface is very simple and intuitive: to get a recommendation, it is enough for the farmer to photograph the crop damage by pests and plants or the abnormal condition of the soil and send a photo describing the problem through the application. Next, a chat is created with the Telegram bot for operational communication, where an answer – recommendation arrives within 24 hours. At the initial stage, the recommendations of the AI will be monitored by domestic and foreign experts to help the system develop the database as quickly as possible for prompt and correct response to incoming requests.
In the future, due to AI self-training, the application with each new request will send answers with recommendations faster and better, and the database accumulated by the system will allow us to analyze agricultural trends and provide farmers with practical advice online.
The application is under testing and will soon be available for download on the Play Market. According to preliminary calculations, this approach will increase productivity by 15-20% by eliminating the most gross and typical mistakes of farmers.
Uzbekistan has more than 67,800 farms that grow 12.7 million tons of vegetables and 2.7 million tons of fruits. The growth in agricultural production is 6.6% per year.