"We aim to be the financial inclusion and productivity enabling platform for all stakeholders in the agricultural value chain by providing farm level analytics and actionable insights by harnessing the transformative power of artificial intelligence, remote sensing & emerging technologies at scale."

Success Stories

  • It took me some time to understand that there was an alternate to the moneylender, someone who can lend to me. When the loan amount finally came through, I felt as happy as I did on the birth of my son. I am also pleased with the crop advice that I get on my mobile, and I look forward to applying for a larger amount in the next cycle. -Narayan

  • I was especially drawn to their process where we had to upload images of our farm and crops periodically, and through these images, we would get access to credit and crop inputs, along with pest-related advisory which is specific to my land parcel. Though I was always determined to never leave farming in the past two years, despite the lack of high yield, I am feeling a lot more hopeful after having enrolled with Dvara E-Registry. -Biswat

  • The enrolment was quickly done at our doorstep, and now we are eagerly awaiting our first loan amount request to get approved. I have always believed that farming can be a very profitable business if given the right kind of timely support, and I'm happy that Dvara E-Registry is working towards providing the same for us farmers. -Soumya

  • It is indeed heart-warming when we hear many farmers come up to us and share with us stories about how we have helped them receive formal credit for the first time or how our customised advice about a pest, helped them make timelyinterventions and saved their crop. I feel genuinely happy to be a part of the team driving E-Registry's initial footsteps in the region especially when I hear these stories of how we have slowly begun making a difference in farmers lives in the region. -Jaydeep

  • I had always planted my crops in an unsystematic order and kept plucking the weeds manually later, thinking that was the right way to go about cropping. But I learnt later that if I hadn't re-planted them systemically and if had left them to their then present unsystematic order, then the weeds would've taken away all the nutrients from my crops, leading to sub-optimal crop health and would've also unnecessarily increased my spending on fertilizers. Thanks to Dvara E-Registry's timely advisory input, I was able to secure a great yield from my crops and was also able to save up on precious time and money. -Santhosh

  • A few months ago, things changed when Dvara E-Registry staff met us and informed us about their services, where they would help us receive formal financial credit, insurance and other advisory inputs. We enrolled with them soon, and the staff uploaded images of our field and crops on to their platform initially and assisted towards applying for a formal loan. Soon, I got information that my loan amount has been approved, and I also received the loan amount within a week or so. We started receiving advisory inputs about the weather etc. on my mobile as well. After all these years, I finally feel supported and have a renewed sense of confidence in our farm again. -Annapurna

Our Model

Financial Service Providers

(Like lenders & insurers)

Farm Advisory Services
Governments
Research Institutions
Farm Input Service Providers

(Like Seed Companies, fertilizer Companies, Farm Mechanisation Services)

Technologies

(Machine Learning/ Artificial Intelligence)

Automated Land Parcel Identification and Georeferencing

We have automated land parcel identificationusing propriety ML algorithms which use land coordinates received from mobile technology and GIS to.We have digitized close to 50,000 land parcels to date.

Automated Crop Identification

We have automated crop identificationby deploying machine learning algorithms on remote sensing data gathered from the identified land parcel. As of now, we have data for 12 crops.
Mobile
Mobile phones are used to gather data at the farm level and ensure access to socially and geographically isolated groups.
Cloud
Cloud computing helps reduce costs while assuring flexibility and security with respect to demand and mobility of access to data and services.
Remote Sensing
Remote sensing helps collect information over large spatial areas and monitor changes over time.
GIS
GIS helps store, manage and analyze large quantities of spatially distributed data in association with their respective geographic features. We use this for land identification and verification.
Meteorology
We use weather processes and meteorological data to give relevant weather updates and recommendations to farmers and other stakeholders.
Agronomy
We use agronomy to identify crop stages, provide guidance on nutrient, weed management, and other methods to increase yield.
IVRS
We use text and voice message services in regional languages to interact with farmers and other stakeholders.

Automated Crop Yield Estimation

Automated yield estimation techniques are designed by triangulating information from primary data, weather, crop science and remote sensing aided by machine learning.

Automated Stage, Health Assessment, Damage Assessment

We provide analytics on crop stage, health and damage assessment by blending data from field data, meteorology, agronomy and remote sensing. We have collected and analyzed data pertaining to 18,000 distinct crop images from the field.
Process
Farmers & Farmer Collectives
Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs)

Our Model

Automated Land Parcel Identification and Georeferencing

We have automated land parcel identificationusing propriety ML algorithms which use land coordinates received from mobile technology and GIS to.We have digitized close to 50,000 land parcels to date.

Automated Crop Identification

We have automated crop identificationby deploying machine learning algorithms on remote sensing data gathered from the identified land parcel. As of now, we have data for 12 crops.
Financial Service Providers

(Like lenders & Insurens)

Research Institutions
Farm Advisory Services
Farm Input Service Providers

(Like Seed Companies, fertilizer Companies,Farm Mechanisation Services)

Governments
Technologies

(Machine Learning/ Artificial Intelligence)

Mobile
Mobile phones are used to gather data at the farm level and ensure access to socially and geographically isolated groups.
Cloud
Cloud computing helps reduce costs while assuring flexibility and security with respect to demand and mobility of access to data and services.
Remote Sensing
Remote sensing helps collect information over large spatial areas and monitor changes over time.
GIS
GIS helps store, manage and analyze large quantities of spatially distributed data in association with their respective geographic features. We use this for land identification and verification.
Meteorology
We use weather processes and meteorological data to give relevant weather updates and recommendations to farmers and other stakeholders.
Agronomy
We use agronomy to identify crop stages, provide guidance on nutrient, weed management, and other methods to increase yield.
IVRS
We use text and voice message services in regional languages to interact with farmers and other stakeholders.
Process
Farmers & Farmer Collectives
Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs)

Automated Crop Yield Estimation

Automated yield estimation techniques are designed by triangulating information from primary data, weather, crop science and remote sensing aided by machine learning.

Automated Stage, Health Assessment, Damage Assessment

We provide analytics on crop stage, health and damage assessment by blending data from field data, meteorology, agronomy and remote sensing. We have collected and analyzed data pertaining to 18,000 distinct crop images from the field.

Partners in Growth

Financial Institutions (FIs)

Agri-Value Chain Players

Research Institutions and Governments


Analytics at the land parcel level would be useful for Financial Institutions in reducing operating costs in terms of manpower employed for physical verification as well as increasing the accuracy of the information reported. Currently, we are working with Kshetriya Gramin Financial Services (KGFS) in Odisha. KGFS is a financial Institution that works to provide complete access to every individual and every enterprise in remote rural India.

We provide an integrated platform for FPOs and agricultural value chain players to help improve agricultural productivity, ensure access to finance and develop efficient supply chains. For FPOs, we facilitate digital monitoring of farmers' needs and demands. We are currently working with four Farmer Producer Companies (FPCs) in Maharashtra, serving over 2500 farmers. These are Krushkonnati FPC, Sakshami FPC, Jay Sardar FPC, and Jivan Sangini FPC.

Our analytic solutions can help FPO promoting institutions to maximise efficiency and reach. Targeted interventions using farmer level data will accelerate the mobilisation process and achieve the desired change. Here, Dvara E-Registry is working with Krushi Vikas Va Gramin Prashikshan Sanstha (KVGPS), an NGO which focuses on sustainable agriculture and rural development.

We extend our services to farm input providers, warehouse service providers, financial institutions, trading companies, and contract farming ventures as well. Our affordable data solutions will help these companies revolutionise and scale their business models.

Research, consequential generation of data, and establishment of best practices in the area of agriculture would help State entities secure the vision of universal financial inclusion, farmer empowerment and farmer welfare.

Dvara E-Registry has signed an MoU with the Government of Odisha to fulfil the joint vision of leveraging science and technology for harnessing the potential of Odisha's agricultural sector. As Dvara E-Registry explores the best model and features of products that are customised for each farmer and land parcel, it provides a fertile ground for research institutions to ideate and provide policy solutions. Our current partners include IFPRI and MNCFC.

IFPRI has more than 40 years' experience of working with policymakers, the private sector, non-governmental organisations, academics, development practitioners, and communities. They conduct research and provide policy solutions that reduce poverty and end hunger and malnutrition.

Mahalanobis National Crop Forecast Centre (MNCFC) has been established under the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers' Welfare, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers' Welfare, Government of India for applications of space and geospatial technology in various domains of agriculture

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