Zenvus Boundary maps property boundaries and superimposes them on Google Earth, providing stunning visualizations of properly locations and perimeters. The resulting maps or surveys can be printed from Zenvus web portal. Property owners (land, farm, and house) can do this without any external help. This video explains all. We have franchising opportunities across Africa for those interested in helping farmers, landlords, etc to digitize their property perimeters and locations.
It does not require internet access to map the farm but requires one later for data transfer to Zenvus portal. You can map many farms before transfer in areas with no internet access.
We have set the price of using this solution to map a farm, land, or house perimeter with the survey printed on Zenvus portal at $20 (N7,000 Nigerian naira) per property to maximum of 5 acres [ for example, 6 acres would be captured as two farms, for $40]. You would have the opportunity to include your name, LGA, National Identity Number, etc.
We also have franchising/agent opportunities. It requires a one-time fee of $100 (N36,000) and offers 30% discount on sales [You charge the farmer $20 but you send 30% to us while keeping 70%].You would have an enterprise account which will make it possible to map thousands of farms. If you are interested, contact email@example.com. Note: our team has demo logins you can request via email to see how the system works and how you could build a business with Zenvus Boundary.
NB: This solution has been used to support Zenvus farm sensors (focusing on governments and cooperatives at the moment) as we need farm boundaries to provide granular insights to farmers using Zenvus AI systems. Farmers with Zenvus hardware do not need the app, just put the sensor in boundary mode and walk round your farm; the map will be done.
This is the Zenvus itself
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