QED overcomes data gaps in the developing world by building data systems that are practical and sustainable.
Scannable form technology that bursts the efficiency of using paper forms by rapidly digitizing handwritten contents into Excel, in under 60 seconds. All that is needed is regular paper, a pen, and an Android phone! Custom analytics are produced in real time.Explore
Remote sensing and artificial intelligence enabling governments, donors, and the private sector to classify land-use at regional and national levels, focusing on Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.Explore
A rugged and reliable handheld visible/near-infrared spectrometer (400-1000 nm), suited to field measurements of plants and for the environmental sciences.Explore (PDF)
Healthy soil is the foundation of a well-functioning landscape, and organic matter is key to healthy soil. PACK is a low-cost lunchbox-sized device used to measure soil carbon in the field.Explore (PDF)
Since 2012 we have provided mission-critical support to health and agriculture projects in 13 countries. QED helps its partners identify strengths, weaknesses, and scale up operations using software and AI. Our forte is leveraging, adjusting, and deploying technologies in highly demanding environments.Learn more about QED
Sometimes all it takes to make a difference is the willingness to learn about a problem and use your talents to help solve it.
Bill Gates, GatesNotes