Those in agriculture are aware of the considerable dilemma faced in the future: how will we feed the predicted 9 billion people expected to occupy our earth by the year 2050? The future of agriculture will be increased productivity, and farmers will master that through digital farming.
As a global leader in applied informatics for transportation and agriculture, Iteris ClearAg is in the “e-intelligence business”, according to Joel Lipsitch, vice president of sales for the company’s Agriculture and Weather Analytics division.
DTN is proud to partner with CropMetrics as it launches its Virtual Predictor technology, which allows growers to create custom irrigation plans that forecast irrigation requirements for the week ahead, using environmental intelligence from DTN ClearAg.
The Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board’s (AHDB) WeatherHub, which aggregates and visualizes weather data, added ClearAg current and forecast weather information to its website, as well as via bespoke applications using third-party data dashboards, in July 2018.
As we move from spring to summer, an interesting question arises: should those hoping for big corn yields this fall be cheering for a cooler- or warmer-than-normal summer?
Real-time data from the field is poised to have more impact on tomorrow’s supply chain.
To say that the Golden State can lay claim to the title of king of almonds might be an understatement.
Iteris has just released version 3.0 of WeatherPlot®, the location-specific, agriculturally focused weather and soil decision support tool for agronomists, researchers, and crop science professionals who manage product performance inquiries.
In recent years, there’s been no shortage of buzz in the agricultural industry about the seemingly bright prospects for using artificial intelligence (AI) to address a broad range of problems in the ag space.