Join Birds.ai’s Quest for World Domination

Are you: Constantly hacking new tools? A wizard with computer vision algorithms? Experienced at maintaining cloud infrastructure?   We’re looking to fill three new positions on our close and dynamic team.  As an AI hacker, AI researcher, or infrastructure engineer, you will have an office in the robotics hub of the Netherlands, a competitive salary, and the chance to work with the coolest people on earth. Our cloud-based computer vision software helps clients in the agriculture and inspection industries to track, manage, and measure their assets.  We have huge opportunities ahead, but need to bolster our team in order to truly take advantage of them. If you’re up to the challenge, send your résumé and a short motivational letter to pieter@birds.ai. If you have any questions, feel free to send an email, call Pieter at +31 (0)15 760 16 11, or join one of our weekly Friday after work drinks in our office garden.  

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Sugar beet crop counting with drones

The IRS Foundation, Aurea Imaging and Birds.ai have collaboratively launched a pilot to automate the counting of sugar beets using drones. Currently, the growth and emergence of sugar beet crops are monitored visually and on foot, which is a time-consuming and costly operation. “Drones of Aurea Imaging and the analysis software of Birds.ai enable the sugar beet crop research of IRS by providing information on crop numbers, emergence rates and crop density” says Noud van Swaaij, statistical analyst of the IRS. “If the sugar beet can be detected in various growth stages, the growth potential of new sugar beet seeds or different crop treatments can be mapped and studied, which contributes to the development of growth models for the sugar beet crop in The Netherlands. Furthermore, the resulting crop density maps enable farmers to fertilize and irrigate their sugar beet crops in an efficient and precise manner.” Birds.ai uses artificial […]

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