SPADE: Access the new AgGateway Extensions to ISO 11783 Part 10 here. (Documentation that fills a critical gap in providing data exchange between diverse devices and systems used by farmers for seeding operations.)
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Seed Connectivity (SC-II)
AgGateway has hired Nancy Appelquist, Director of Operations at Entira to be the Seed Connectivity II Project Manager. She will report to the SCII Project Governing Board Chair Greg Erler of Monsanto and to Wendy Smith, AgGateway Executive Vice President/COO. A total of 22 companies are involved with the SC-II project. See SC-II Project page.
Crop Nutrient Connectivity (CNC-II)
The CNC-II project builds on considerable success achieved through previous work, including eConnectivity for contracts, ordering, shipping and invoicing, which is complete among several distributors and manufacturers. Ten companies are now involved in Phase II. See the CNC-II Project page.
Precision Ag Irrigation Leadership (PAIL)
AgGateway’s Precision Ag Council and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance are co-sponsoring this cross-industry project that will help growers better manage water and energy use by integrating weather, soil, crop and other data from various hardware and software programs. See the PAIL Project page.
Standardized Precision Ag Data Exchange (SPADE)
SPADE is addressing the problem of moving data from machine systems to farm management information systems (FMIS) and to other FMIS, so the farmer and ag retailer can improve decision-making and improve productivity. See the SPADE Project page.
Crop Protection Canada Connectivity (CPCC)
With 10 companies participating, this project targeted at the crop protection business in Canada is slated to run through December 2015. See the CPCC Project page.