Zenvus Boundary – Map the Boundary of Your Farm and use Report for Bank Collateral

Zenvus Boundary – Map the Boundary of Your Farm and use Report for Bank Collateral

We have launched a new engine in Zenvus. With Zenvus Boundary, a farmer can easily map the boundary of his/her farm by putting Zenvus in Boundary Scan mode and walking around the farm boundary. Once completed, the farmer exits the mode.  Afterwards the farmer visits his/her Zenvus.com account to print the boundary report of the farm.

The report has the boundary data superimposed on Google Map and also provides the regular survey report using the same data on plain background. The farm dimensions, farm perimeter size, farm area, name of farmer, ID number etc are all included in the report.

Our hope is that one day Nigerian Government can ratify the farm boundaries so that farmers can use the land “titles” as bank collateral. We can automate the whole process so that government can ratify digitally once supporting artifacts have been cited. We believe that this will help in financial inclusion by making the largely informal assets like farmlands to be formalized.

The Steps:

Press the power button twice to put Zenvus in Boundary Scan Mode

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When you finish walking around, put Zenvus out of Boundary Scan mode by pressing the button again. Then connect to WIFI, GSM or Satellite depending on your Zenvus version. If using WIFI, you will see Zenvus network in your PC/Laptop/Phone. Populate the data into your Zenvus account.

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Finally, print or download the PDF for GMap Report  and Plain Report. Take it with supporting documents (village head letter, oral history documented with other families you share boundary, cooperative testimonies, etc) to your Local Government Area and begin the process of getting your land title. No need for expensive surveyors! You can share your Zenvus with your best friend and he/she will be titled also.

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