Model Update for Rose and Crops

Our platform operates not only with agricultural plants but also with ornamental ones. Roses, being among the most beloved shrubs in country estates and gardens, are a prime example. We've enhanced our crop model to better identify roses and updated our specialized model to detect potential problems more effectively. 

Download the DoctorP app on Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pdd.pdd) and the App Store (https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/doctor-for-your-plant/id6464281810). 

For suggestions on improving the app, reach out to info@doctorp.ru or use the feedback feature in our Telegram channel (https://t.me/DoctorPl).

Model Update for Tomatoes and Crops

As the new season approaches, we're seeing a surge in requests for seedlings, with tomatoes comprising a significant portion. We've enhanced our crop model to better identify tomatoes and updated our specialized model to detect potential problems more effectively. 

Remember, our application offers valuable tips on seedling cultivation. Download the DoctorP app on Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pdd.pdd) and the App Store (https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/doctor-for-your-plant/id6464281810). 

For suggestions on improving the app, reach out to info@doctorp.org or use the feedback feature in our Telegram channel (https://t.me/DoctorPl).

Collaboration

Our platform processes several hundred requests daily, originating from mobile applications, Telegram bot, websites, and third-party services. We offer complimentary access to our API for the identification of plant diseases, enabling us to enhance the functionality of our partners' services and applications.

Our treatment recommendations encompass lists of biological and chemical products thoroughly tested by our agronomist experts. The application also features the capability to display information messages upon receiving specific user image recognition results.

Beyond the platform, we are actively engaged in several additional projects, including automated control and accounting in greenhouse complexes, as well as automated mobile field condition monitoring systems designed for installation on agricultural machinery.

Moreover, we extend our assistance to third-party teams and organizations, providing expertise and solutions for various challenges in projects related to the utilization of artificial intelligence in agriculture.

For those interested in collaborating with us, please feel free to reach out via email at info@doctorp.org or use the feedback option on our Telegram channel: https://t.me/DoctorPl

An updated version of the DoctorP app is now available on Google Play and the App Store!

We are excited to announce the release of a new version of the DoctorP application. In this update, the results are elegantly displayed in the form of a slider, allowing you to conveniently browse through various model offers and choose the most suitable one for your case!

To experience the enhanced features, download the DoctorP app from Google Play using the following link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pdd.pdd. For App Store users, you can find it by clicking on this link: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/doctor-for-your-plant/id6464281810

We value your feedback and encourage you to share any suggestions for further development through our Telegram channel: https://t.me/DoctorPl.

Your input is essential to help us continually improve the DoctorP app.

Thank you for your support!

Model Update

We employ various approaches and algorithms in the training of our models, all falling within the domain of one-shot learning. The crux of this approach lies in the initial phase where the neural network learns to differentiate between objects of different classes. Subsequently, in the second stage, it hones its ability to determine the most suitable class for the input image. This two-stage process yields favorable results, especially in scenarios with limited training samples.

The disease and crop models, integrated into the platform a few weeks ago, exhibit a statistical accuracy exceeding 99%. Upon analyzing user requests, it is evident that these models outperform their predecessors in real-world conditions.

As always, for plant care tips and to check on your plants' health, utilize our DoctorP application. It's available on Google Play, the App Store, or through our Telegram bot at https://t.me/PlantsDoctor_bot

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to everyone! We're excited to announce the launch of a new model for the Decembrist, also known as the Christmas cactus, famed for its vibrant blooms during the festive season. This particular cactus, despite its name, truly belongs to the cactus family. It was named in honor of Frederic Schlumberger, a French collector passionate about cacti and succulents.

Originating from the tropical forests of southeastern Brazil, notably in Rio de Janeiro, this plant thrives in December. This timing coincides with Rio's transition from spring to summer, painting nature in full bloom.

Reflecting on a fruitful year, we aim to match or exceed our accomplishments in the coming year. Happy New Year to all!

And remember, for plant care tips and to check on your plants' health, utilize our DoctorP application. It's available on Google Play, the App Store, or through our Telegram bot at https://t.me/PlantsDoctor_bot. If you wish to get in touch with us, please email us at info@doctorp.org.

Automation for accounting and control in greenhouses

We are currently engaged in a project aimed at automating analysis and accounting processes within greenhouse complexes. The prototype of the robot has successfully demonstrated its capability to navigate across different types of surfaces!

Introducing the New Aloe Model

We are continuously expanding our collection of models, and this week, we introduced a model for Aloe. Aloe is an immensely popular plant renowned for its remarkable healing properties. In ancient times, the Egyptians revered it as a sacred plant with beneficial effects on the skin and complexion. The Greeks utilized it to create ointments for treating burns, wounds, tuberculosis, and various stomach, liver, and skin infections.

Aloe becomes notably beneficial after approximately 5 years, as it develops its medicinal properties during this period. Moreover, the older the plant grows, the more abundant its beneficial substances become. 

You can monitor the health of your plants and receive care recommendations through our DoctorP application, which is available on Google Play and the App Store. You can also access our services via our Telegram bot at https://t.me/PlantsDoctor_bot.