In-field access to relevant growth data: smart farming made easy

Tamme van der Wal

by Tamme van der Wal, Agri Dataservices BioScope BV

Precision Farming is not technology, it is a management approach. Adding data to on-farm decisions enables the transition to a smarter way of farming. It is therefore a pity that technological complexity is the major hurdle in farmers’ adoption of precision or smart farming. We have now created an App that revolutionises the way farmers perceive Precision Agriculture: Now it is easy, accessible and affordable for every farmer.

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Costs and unfamiliarity with new technologies are barriers for their implementation

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says Lenny van Erp, Professor (UAS) Precision Livestock Farming, HAS University of Applied Sciences and moderator of the Smart Farming Conference about new technologies.

About Lenny van Erp
Lenny van Erp has an MSc in Animal Science and a PhD in Veterinary Science, with farm animal health and behaviour as her field of expertise. She focuses on precision livestock farming, with projects on (sensor)technology and data in farm animals. At HAS University she initiated the Precision Farming Platform and the Minor Smart Farming.

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Precision farming platform OneSoil launches survey

OneSoil

Precision farming platform OneSoil launches survey

We analyze fields by processing satellite imagery using artificial intelligence. We help to apply fertilizers in a smart way and save money.

We dream of making the world’s newest approaches and techniques for precision farming available to every farmer, regardless of the farm’s size or the farmer’s experience. Free of charge. Continue reading “Precision farming platform OneSoil launches survey”