Geospatial Technologies in Agriculture
Geospatial technologies is an umbrella phrase associated with a suite of technologies such as applied information management, field data collection and analysis, and agrochemical fate and transport.
These technologies help in capturing, storing, processing, displaying, and disseminating information tied to a particular location.
Applied Information Management
Systems designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data.
Field Data Collection and Analysis
Helps in capturing, storing, processing, displaying, and disseminating information tied to a particular location.
- Corn Mazes
- Soil EC
Agrochemical Fate and Transport
Assist producers with agrochemicals in evaluating the fate of their crops through research, transport, toxicity, field investigations, spatial analysis, and modeling.
- SWAT Modeling
- Geospatial Workshops
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