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AVAMAE Software Solutions
AVAMAE Software Solutions

AVAMAE Software Solutions

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  • United Kingdom, England, London, Greater London, London, London
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AVAMAE Software Solutions company overview

AVAMAE is a London-based software solutions agency that specialises in simplifying complicated things.

We are completely transparent and provide fixed-price quotes for anything from software design and engineering, web development and design to desktop apps, mobile apps, web apps, server software and support.

Our team of Microsoft-certified engineers, designers and strategists, support and advise throughout and beyond your project. We build software that’s fully responsive and customised to integrate with your current systems.

AVAMAE is a Microsoft Gold Partner and ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 registered. Our technologies include:

React and React Native
C# / SQL
MVC / Micro services
Microsoft Azure Paas and Iaas
We create software which is easy to use, looks great and is built to adapt as your business needs evolve.

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Skippy Scout

Skippy Scout

Skippy Scout

Skippy Scout

Android · iOS · iPhone · iPad · Cross Platform
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New easy to use drone technology that will help farmers to walk crops more efficiently will be available from creators Drone Ag in March 2020. Skippy Scout is a crop monitoring application (app) that uses drones to automatically capture images which are analysed by ground-breaking artificial intelligence (AI) to offer arable farmers vital broad acre crop insight.

The phone-based app uses GPS and mapping software to fly a drone to points in a field selected by the farmer. The images taken by the drone are interpreted by the app to provide an accurate green area index (GAI) and count emerging plants. The quality of image collected can also identify weeds and is accurate enough to capture insect damage on a single leaf.