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AgGateway in the News

Seamless Interoperability Between Farm Machines and Software is a Step CloserPress release, March 1, 2018 – 365FarmNet, Aarhus University, AGCO, AgroIntelli, CNH Industrial, GRIMME, Kverneland, and Wageningen University and Research are proud to announce important steps forward towards real interoperability between farm machines, sensors and software. Interoperability is a key issue in the advancement of digital farming….Using AgGateway’s ADAPT framework, the partners have demonstrated how data can be exchanged between agricultural equipment and software platforms from different brands in a standardized format. This is an important enabler for the flow of data required to make "digital farming" or "Agriculture 4.0" a success.

AgGateway Debuts ADAPT ISO Plugin Version 2.0 PrecisionAg, Feb 6, 2018 – AgGateway's ADAPT Framework, which is designed to make it easy for various hardware and software systems that growers use in their businesses to “talk to each other”, now has a new tool to help developers: the ADAPT ISO Plugin. AgGateway has released Version 2 of the ADAPT ISO Plugin.

AgGateway steps up efforts to track feed grains from farm to elevatorFeedNavigator.com, Jan 17, 2018 – AgGateway is a business association comprised of a group of agribusinesses involved in creating standards and implementation guidelines for the agriculture and feed industry. The group's focus is to support the sector in moving towards digital agriculture.

Automated Look-Up of ResponsibleAg-Certified Fertilizer Facilitiesagprofessional.com, Jan 29, 2018 – Certified ResponsibleAg locations are now included in AgGateway's Ag Industry Identification System (AGIIS), a database that houses agricultural reference data for industry subscribers. AGIIS is used widely by crop nutrition companies to provide location and product identifiers that allow for the automated exchange of data.

Agriculture Impacts Weather: The Case for Connected Ecosystems PrecisionAg, Feb 15, 2018 – …We can realize this goal over time as the world's different technologies continue to become more interconnected and groups like AgGateway continue to build data exchange standards. We need to recognize the hydrological cycle is also a local and regional issue.

John Deere Generation 4 CommandCenter Display No-Till Farmer, February 13, 2018 - John Deere's Generation 4 CommandCenter Displays and Ag Leader Technology SMS software are compatible via John Deere’s Ag Data Application Programming Toolkit (ADAPT) plug-in. AgGateway’s ADAPT is a software toolkit designed to eliminate the major pain points to broad use of precision agriculture data by easily enabling interoperability between different software and hardware applications.

New Technology Will Merge Farm-Management Data, Syngenta’s Thrive magazine, Summer 2017 – A collaborative project promises to remove the language barrier among different data systems on farms. With AgGateway’s ADAPT, manufacturers can still use their proprietary software, but they can also build plug-ins that allow their systems to translate between their own format and a common data model. In other words, “ADAPT is a translator that allows growers to speak with the rest of the world,” says Tyler McGee, system architect with Syngenta. 

eConnectivity Helps Retailers Reduce Seed Shrink and Serve Farmers Better, Farm Journal’s AgPro – July 7, 2017; To transition to the electronic barcoding system, Ceres purchased hardware and software and tapped into an AgGateway directory called AGIIS to interface with manufacturers…. “We have seen a return on investment as high as 50-to-1 annually, just in shrink,” [Randy] Fry says. “It only takes about 10 to 12 bags of seed corn lost in a year to pay for the technology.”

ADAPT: Getting devices to all sing from the same sheet, Farm World – July 2017 – Making it easier for farmers to access key data about their operations from a variety of sources is the goal of AgGateway and its ADAPT framework.

AgGateway’s ADAPT Nears Completion, AgWired – Aug 2, 2017; Brent Kemp, Executive VP of AgGateway, and Mark Stelford from Premier Crop Systems and ADAPT committee chair attended last week’s Info Ag Conference in St. Louis to spread the word [about ADAPT].

Making data collection and use easier, Farm Industry News – July 12, 2017; Conservis is integrating with the John Deere Operations Center using the AgGateway ADAPT framework. This is an industry developed common platform for data sharing, and the first implementation of the system by the company. Using the common platform, however, opens the door for Conservis to work with others in the industry, as well.