Precision Ag Council Launches SPADE3
The Precision Ag Council has launched the third phase of its successful Standardized Precision Ag Data Exchange (SPADE) Project, which will expand on existing work related to automated data exchange in modern farm operations, to focus on crop scouting, crop nutrition, wireless asset and vehicle data exchange, and automation of commodity data for rail and truck transport. The project, which is a collaboration of 24 AgGateway member companies and precision ag experts, will continue to provide improved efficiency and time savings for growers. Interested participants are still welcome to join. Read more
SPADE Project Shares Its Vision for Data Flow
The Standardized Precision Ag Data Exchange (SPADE) Project is asking companies involved in precision agriculture to commit to sourcing reference data in a way that makes it machine-readable, and to host an API (application programming interface) or source the data through a partner. This has multiple benefits to companies involved in precision ag. The SPADE team has developed a new flyer that explains the vision for data flow, including a helpful diagram. You’ll find the flyer here.
AgGlossary Draws Industry Interest
The AgGlossary, launched last fall, has attracted more than 8,000 visits in the short time it’s been live. The glossary – at AgGlossary.org – is a one-stop location for agriculture terms, definitions, acronyms, key words and synonyms. It’s publicly available for us by all segments of agriculture. Visit AgGlossary.org, or check out the new fact sheet.
Check Us Out on Social Media
In keeping with the spirit of the AgGateway mission for eConnectivity, the association’s Communications Committee has made a commitment to communicate via social platforms. You can now follow AgGateway on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Google+ .
AgGateway and CRISTAL To Merge Crop Protection Standards
AgGateway and the CRISTAL Product Traceability team of CropLife International are merging their bar code guidelines, also known as traceability standards, a move that will allow crop protection companies with global operations to enhance data exchange in managing product traceability, inventory control, regulatory compliance and quality control. Read more...