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Aerobotics named Best Tech Company of the Year 2019

The first annual Africa Tech Week has named Aerobotics Best Technology Company of the Year 2019. The award recognises the technological achievements of a company’s sound strategy, which ensures the successful delivery of its commercial advantages and shareholder value.

Africa Tech Week was held earlier this month over the course of two days and featured technology thought leaders and innovators from around the African continent.

Criteria for the award included demonstrating an outstanding and innovative product or service and relevant achievements the company has received over the years in the tech industry.

Aerobotics chief operating officer Tim Willis received the award on behalf of Aerobotics.

“We are honoured and excited that Aerobotics was recognised by such an esteemed panel of judges as the best technology company of the year,” said Willis. “This is not only proof that the hard work we are putting into helping farmers and the agriculture industry is paying off, but also that some of the best technology in Africa and the world is coming out of Cape Town.”

“There is a lot of impressive, impactful technology coming out of Africa,” said Benji Meltzer, Aerobotics CTO. “To be named the Best Technology Company of the Year at Africa Tech Week with an impressive list of finalists means a lot to everyone at Aerobotics.”

Aerobotics processes data from drone and satellite imagery through its proprietary artificial intelligence software to discover and analyse problems, pests and diseases affecting individual trees or vines on a farm.

“The main focus of Africa Tech Week is educating businesspeople, entrepreneurs and governments operating in Africa to ensure we can overcome the unique challenges faced on the continent,” said Ralf Fletcher, CEO of Africa Tech Week. “Using technology to take advantage of the opportunities available in the modern world, we can ensure we survive and thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”


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