Date: Thu Jul 27, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Moderator: Cindy Zimmerman
The landscape in agriculture is continually changing. It is now more important than ever for producers to reliably connect to their team of trusted advisors. Explore how the MZB Network connects growers with their local consultants and service providers. MZB’s cloud-based precision system provides a secure platform for agronomists, applicators, soil testers, and growers to efficiently collaborate and form a management plan. It simply puts a new level of localized agronomy into the agronomist’s hands.
From imagery and data to knowledge and decision-making, Airbus Defence and Space provides technologies for Agriculture including: imagery planning and collection from the fleet of Airbus satellites, Overland processing including Airbus Biophysical Parameters, as well as customized imagery and data solutions. This presentation will highlight these capabilities and also demonstrate how Airbus currently provides actionable intelligence for Precision Agriculture, as well as a glimpse of what’s on the horizon with Airbus Aerial.
Airbus was the first company to provide commercial Satellite imagery services in 1986 with SPOT 1 and has over 30 years’ experience utilizing imagery for Agriculture. Today Airbus provides integrated technologies to provide guaranteed monitoring across multiple platforms including Satellites and UAVs along with automated processing solutions.
Encirca services is enabling growers to leverage their data for insights and confidence all season long, year after year. See how our new suite of tools empower growers, helping them boost profits and unlock the potential of their seed genetics.
Join Jesse Vollmar, co-founder and CEO of FarmLogs to learn how FarmLogs is launching a new preferred partner program to deliver even more value through its products. He’ll share details on how FarmLogs’ independent technology platform helps farmers and their advisors connect the dots between operations and agronomy for a more profitable and efficient farming operation. From real-time budgeting and tracking to input planning, crop imagery, prescriptions and automatic activity recording, Jesse will talk about how the connected farm will pave the way for a smarter and more profitable operation. Today, FarmLogs is used by farmers that grow more than 70 million acres of row crops. And with these latest innovations, the company is extending that connected relationship beyond the farmer to their trusted network. Seize new opportunities with FarmLogs’ digital tools. Deepen your relationship with your growers. Become more integrated with their business. Help growers understand the direct connections between the field and their financials. Let’s connect and build a better future for farming.