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SOCIAL OPPORTUNITY More than 26% of preschool children in Kenya, 37 % in Nigeria and 33 % in South Africa are stunted, in other words short for their age. This condition represents a chronic form of undernourishment in early life and leads to irrecoverable physical and mental development. (Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/howard-schiffer/end-hidden-hunger_b_8215624.html) This project originated from a team spanning 4 countries and comprising 16 researchers as part of the...

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This is a shout out to our man who graces this page in the headline image alongside our team leader Remi. Elton is the one who is looking very serious about getting on with business whilst Remi looks like he's just...well. Elton got very serious yesterday when on radio in Canberra to talk about Project Everest as part of world youth skills week. He was on there for around 5 minutes which is fantastic for radio. Not to be outdone Jack has been on the mic as well across Melbourne and...

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Project Everest is seeking out strong partners whom are applying technology with success in order to transfer the social benefit into other markets. Our Singapore relationships manager, Aakash Parekh, currently works for a social enterprise in India that is focused on maximising revenue for small-hold farmers in India. The social enterprise was created by combining a highly educated and experienced Agriculture expert with a business development guru with a background in finance and...

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Drone technology through the 'Phantom 3 Advanced' has the ability to do the following to the FarmEd Project:  - Assess farm size very accurately (to 0.1m) - Accurately survey 40 hectares of farmland every 25 mins (battery is current restriction) - Provide clear photos of crop use and then use those photos to determine types of crops being farmed and numbers of crops planted (dependent on the crop) - Assess water catchment data based on variables in ground elevation  The benefits that can be...

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Wade Tink

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