First of its kind in the industry, is an accurate and scientific paddy analysing equipment. Rice mills have always relied on conventional methods of analysis for the procurement of paddy. The PA2.0 is an electrically operated, WiFi-enabled equipment allows you to check paddy quality without the traditional dehusking method (which usually leads to breakage and gives inaccurate results) in a few minutes!.
A ground-breaking instrument with patented technology, the AmviCube PA 2.0 relies on scientific methods to analyse data, and is designed for the convenience of rice mills that rely on manual methods to procure paddy. With AmviCube, you can rest assured that you are making an informed choice with results and detailed analytics that are precise.
Minimises errors + maximises profit
Handy + portable
Accurate + reliable Big Data analytics
Speedy reporting system to email + smartphone
Stringent quality control
Determines internal cracks, admixtures, chalkiness in paddy
No operational cost
Shreeji Agro tech industries
The first experimentation started in 2014, study of paddy, feasibility of product, proof of concept, product design. We had confidence that we are addressing most pain points for rice industry!
Designed and developed the World's First AmviCube PA 2.0, the first of its kind in the industry,
Field testing at different places, extensively tested to develop a reliable, automated detection instrument. During the initial practical trials, it was observed that the results from the cube were extremely accurate compared to manual mill reports!
Thriving on innovation and technology to meet customer needs... AmviCube strives to help rice mills instill reliable procurement practices to raise quality control and pave the path to standardisation in procurement practices. AmviCube is the vision of two enterprising individuals, Vikram A. Sreerama and Amarnath Somalapuram. Fueled by poor market practices of rice mills, Vikram and Amarnath, spent over two years researching and prototyping scientific methods of paddy analysing that would help mills minimise losses. The first cube was manufactured in 2014, and has since been extensively tested to develop a reliable, automated detection instrument. During the initial practical trials, it was observed that the results from the cube were extremely accurate compared to manual mill reports. AmviCube was incorporated in 2016 in Raichur, Karnataka. In 2017, AmviCube was awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Government of Karnataka at Elevate 100 by KBITS.