Date: Tue Aug 3, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Moderator: Jason Troendle
Traction is an independent technology provider that delivers Farm Business Management Solutions. The value lies within the integration of farm accounting, field operations, and agronomy records for delivering accurate field profit center analysis and revenue tracking. Farmers can collaborate with their accountants, agronomists or other trusted partners using one connected platform. We'll also review our new agronomy solutions and how all the functionality integrates together to drive efficiency and profitability.
Planet is a leader in the geospatial data and analytics market, with a mission to unlock the commercial remote sensing market and make daily change on our planet visible, accessible and actionable. In agriculture, Planet’s high-resolution, high frequency satellite solutions provide the critical insights necessary for productive, profitable, and sustainable farming. By imaging the entire world, every day, Planet ensures that timely, accurate data about crop health is available to help farmers and the companies that serve them make more informed, confident decisions.
Learn how technology is not only helping service providers meet current demands, but also enhancing outcomes, all while opening up available time to onboard and service new customers.
Pix4D is working to make drone data collection more scalable and profitable for businesses. When the unique technologies of PIX4Dfields edge processing are coupled with Pix4D Connect, enterprise users can enjoy rapid and scalable data collection. Join Pix4D's Nathan Stein and learn how this can save you time and money in the field as well as improve your customer's experience.
A look at how Farmers Mutual Hail leverages new technology in an old industry, including testing aerial imagery for crop claims, incorporating precision ag data for more accurate coverage, and exploring technology beyond the field for insurance agents.
Bushel’s experts will break down the different key data points throughout the grain supply chain that will power forward the architecture of Ag’s digital infrastructure. By understanding these key data points, agribusinesses today will better understand what technologies will provide the data needed by the rest of the grain supply chain.