Sencrop is competing at the Vizag fintech festival in the Agtech category.

At Sencrop, our mission is clear :
we help farmers of all size to make better decisions in their daily agricultural activities.

With easy-to-use and accessible solutions, based on connected sensors, Sencrop empowers ALL farmers, on a worldwide scale. Sencrop wants to implement in Andhra Pradesh its cutting-edge technology and invest in networks of sensors to serve growers.

The connected Ag-Weather Rain Station

Sencrop new generation of in-field sensors, based on low power long range network, is bringing a very accessible solution for ALL farmers, to better manage their weather conditions and crop risks.


  • Rainfall (inches)
  • Air Temperature (°C)
  • Humidity (%)
Geolocation + Motion detector


  • Wind speed (mph)
  • Wind gusts
  • Wind direction
All vital information is collected from reference sensors positioned along two separate rods in order to produce the most reliable measurements.

Network of stations

A collaborative tool for all farmers. Sencrop brings innovative but easy-to-use solutions for Indian farmers. Reduce impact of chemical spraying and enter into precision farming world.

Governmental organisation could set up large communities of Sencrop weather stations (could be state-wide or smaller) and give access to that private network to the Andhra Pradesh farmers. They will then be able to connect on every station and eventually have an access to precise local weather data in the entire state.

Focusing on local crops and solving farming problems

Sencrop is adapted to the Andhra Pradesh crops:

  • Rice which is the major food crop of the state, also known as "Rice Bowl of India".
  • Fruit trees, maize, oil seeds, cotton, sugarcane and vegetables growers and cooperatives will have the opportunity to benefit from this unique solution.
  • By saving only one chemical spray, farmers have an immediate ROI.

What is doing Sencrop in Andhra Pradesh state?

If Sencrop wins the Vizag contest:

  • Sencrop will reinvest the proceeds of +US$ 100,000 in setting up its Asian and Far-east subsidiary in the Vizag area. A team will be hired locally.
  • Sencrop has also decided to set up a network of +100 ag-weather stations and sensors in Andhra Pradesh as a first large-scale trial pilot. It will permit to validate our value proposition with farmers and with the governement. Sencrop already imagines the main benefits of this future cooperation for the state's agriculture.
  • The governement could also used these ultra-local data to create specific solutions for climate alerts, for citizens and for many other purposes