We develop web and mobile precision farming apps that are based on satellite imagery and machine learning technologies.
OneSoil began as an initiative between two friends. The co-founders, Usevalad Henin and Slava Mazai, met in Minsk in 2014. In the beginning, they did custom orders for farmers. Slava would take pictures from a drone, and Usevalad would make maps for the variable-rate application (VRA) of fertilizers based on their analysis.
In 2016, Sasha Yakovlev became the third co-founder. The team began using machine learning algorithms to process field data, and the company expanded to six people. Everyone worked for free. For a year and a half, no one took a salary. At the end of 2017, the company received its first investment. This allowed the team to work faster to create the free OneSoil apps that launched in the summer of 2018.
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OneSoil was founded