Session
Title: Precision Scouting
Date: Wed Jul 26, 2017
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:20 PM
Moderator: Mary Tangen
Remote Sensing: How to make it valuable

The real value of any data set comes from the interpretation of the data and understanding of what is happening on the ground.  Remote sensed data, regardless of platform, still needs to be ground truthed.  Just because you have an image doesn’t mean that it will be valuable.  The understanding of this is key to managing expectations from you and those of your grower.  

John Gibson (speaker)
Precision Ag Specialist
Crop Quest Inc.
PO Box 1715
Dodge City, KS 67801
US
620.255.3621
John is a precision ag specialist for Crop Quest based out of Dodge City, Kansas. He has been working for Crop Quest for five years. John manages the remote sensing program utilized by Crop Quest. He has his Part 107 Certificate to do commercial UAV operations when needed. John also helps provide support for managing and utilizing yield, EC/EM, grid/soil sampling data, and any other data types used to help agronomists and producers better manage their fields.
Length (approx): 40 min
 
Use of Scouting Apps
Brian Arnall (speaker)
Precision Nutrient Management Extension Specialist
Oklahoma State University
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
Stillwater, OK 74078
US
405 744 1722
Dr. Arnall's extension, teaching, and research efforts are focused on precision technologies and nutrient management in all of Oklahoma's cropping systems with an emphasis in site specific techniques. He works closely with extension educators and industry personnel to improve nutrient management practices in Oklahoma that will lead to increased profitability of Oklahoma producers. He currently has several ongoing studies focused at the developed of methods to use sensor based technologies in cotton production and ground truthing the use of sensor in wheat production. In addition Dr. Arnall is involved in many extension projects such as demonstrating the benefits of liming and the evaluation of nutrient products that are marketed in Oklahoma.
Length (approx): 40 min