Kisan Suvidha is an automated, transparent and cheap farming program created by two women techies. It enables farmers in India to make early payments for agricultural insurance through AI and Blockchain.
The graduate analyst at Barclays Laisha Wadhwa and a Microsoft partner program student Garima Yadav met for a hackathon event organized by Icertis. This approach allows policy managers (manually trained by farmers) to review claims according to their weather risk prediction.
The farmer needs only to submit his crop insurance policy and a photo of his farm using Kisan Suvidha. The app takes the farm’s location automatically from the protocol and tracks data such as temperature, heat, moisture and local temperature over the following seven days and calculates the magnitude of the farm using AI at a scale of 1 to 5.
The payout rates are set according to the degree of magnitude, and transfers are triggered with the help of blockchain intelligent contracts.
Kisan Suvidha Uses Sophisticated Research On Multiple Data Sets
Climate patterns such as rain, temperature, humidity, soil moisture, and wind cycle are used by Kisan Suvidha and take all those data points over a seven-day span.
The system has features such as field condition tracking (environment and soil), promptly pressing weather alerts and a basic authentication method to authenticate the identity of the farmer by means of five different forms of identification proofs.
We also use reliable computer vision recognition models to classify the farmer’s identity proof to authenticate a legitimate Kisan Suvidha device customer. The data collection process is done using legit weather API such as open weather API and HERE API.
The registration model includes five forms of proof of identity: Aadhar card, PAN card, Voter Identification card, Driving License and passbook. It also uses the Google Cloud Vision API (OCR) to access all the relevant information from the contract on the Crop Insurance automatically.
The Duos That Made This Happen
Laisha Wadhwa is a deep learning and computer enthusiast who wants to use the ability of algorithms and mathematics to solve practical problems in the world.
She is currently graduating from the IIIT Sri City and is focusing on big data modeling software. For developing sustaining models and analyzing new data sets to conceive new problem-solving approaches.
On the other hand, Garima Yadav is an accomplished web developer with an established trailblazer in the tech industry. She has good expertise with the following technologies that include Java, SQL, Spring Boot, IBM DB2, PHP, and C++.