Deepspatial Announces Government Agricultural Contract Via New Partner CRISP
July 20, 2022
Value of contract estimated at $1 Million CDN to be shared with the Partner
TORONTO – Deepspatial (CSE:DSAI) (OTCQB:DSAIF) (“Deepspatial” or the “Company”), an outcome-based artificial intelligence company, enabling organizations to enhance their decision-making capabilities by leveraging the power of data and AI, today announced that its new partner, CRISP, was awarded an Agricultural contract with a State Government in India in which Deepspatial will provide it’s Geo-AI Platform to facilitate the numerous technological aspects of the project.
CRISP (Centre for Research and Industrial Staff Performance), Deepspatial’s newest addition to its Partner Program, is an Indo-German Organization with National and International operations dedicated to human resource development and organizational development. CRISP serves Government, academic institutions, developmental organizations, and many other industries. CRISP is known for its excellent infrastructure and sophisticated laboratories in the field of industrial automation, mechatronics, production technology, information and communication technology, multimedia technology, and more.
“Since launching Deepspatial’s Partner Program, we have partnered with Companies and Organizations that are allowing us to step our foot in the door in several key and strategic industries – and CRISP is just another example with the recent Government contract that we will have the exciting opportunity of working together on,” commented Dr. Rahul Kushwah, Chief Executive Officer at Deepspatial.
“We are delighted to have Deepspatial as our technology partner for ongoing and future projects. We feel this partnership will bring mutual success as we execute projects swiftly, fulfill and exceed client’s expectations, and generate revenue. Deepspatial’s expertise and technical abilities will not only create positive influence in Society, but will also be a game-changer for our future projects,” said Basant Kumar Sutar, Chief Operational Officer and Head of Technology at CRISP.
About Deepspatial Inc.
Deepspatial is an outcome based artificial intelligence company, enabling organizations to enhance their decision-making capabilities by leveraging the power of data and AI. From finding the most efficient supply chain routes to knowing where to develop next, Deepspatial’s AI-driven platform enables its clients to visualize what’s going on, predict what’s coming, analyze data, and optimize processes to make smarter decisions for a better future. For more information, visit www.Deepspatial.ai and follow us on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn.
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