Nematool is Bayer's comprehensive solution for monitoring and treatment of nematodes in greenhouse and outdoor crops. With Nematool growers get real-time soil temperature information for better nematode management. The nematool will allow growers to monitor the generation of nematodes in their crop, with warnings of the first clutches of the next generation. Growers will also be able to control the quality of the solarisation processes in their greenhouse. In addition, they will be able to have access at any time to the history of soil temperatures at 20cm with the possibility of downloading detailed reports on the web.
This product consists of IOT equipment with real-time readings of humidity, temperature, leaf temperature, VPD and solar radiation for disease diagnosis.
Farmwave equipment uses vision-based artificial intelligence to add value. Farmwave hardware can be mounted on the header and back of farm machinery to capture, and geo-tag, an image every 5 seconds. For example, the hardware can be mounted on a sprayer and used to take images that assist with: pest and disease identification; plant counts; growth stage (crop height); weed detection (see and spray); % application coverage; nozzle performance.
Digital agronomy solution to identify, analyze and treat early signs of crop threats to make informed decisions, lower costs and maximize yield. Spot the first signs of harmful insects using sub-millimetre resolution imagery to gain precise identification. Early detection and identification of lesions, spots or abnormal crop behaviour. Manage all fields in a single smart platform - imagery, analysis, insights, reports and cross-field comparisons. Be precise in farm spraying with variable rate zones - plan, quantify and export prescriptions. Seems to use drones and satellite images. SmartScout technology is available in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Bulgaria. Cloud solutions are available globally.
This Plant Health app includes a set of tools to optimize the management of crops with regard to diseases, pests and phytosanitary treatments/spraying. One of the tools available is for disease and pest prediction models. There are a number of models, developed for different types of crops (vineyards, apples, pears, olive trees, etc). These models are based on academic studies and scientific papers and were developed to be available in any country. They mostly rely on weather conditions, after setting up the base parameters of the crop, to indicate the current and future risk of certain diseases/pests and trigger alerts if the risk is High. This is one tool in a larger crop management system.
agroNET is a cloud-based platform acting as a hub for all farm operations, enabling complete farm asset management (tractors, machinery, irrigation systems, diesel generators, weather stations, insect traps, sensors etc.) and activity management and monitoring, which is the basic building block of digital farming. The platform provides a range of expert data analytics services designed to provide just-in-time guidance and to enable advanced automation of activities and labour savings. agroNET comes with different configurations, tailored to the needs of vineyards, orchards, vegetable production, arable crop and poultry production. It includes environmental monitoring, connection to smart traps and disease prediction.
The Semios platform is a powerful tool in yield improvement that helps growers assess and optimize their response to insect, disease and plant health conditions in real-time. Semios is used for on-site sensing, big data and predictive analytics solutions for permanent crops including the vine, tree nut and tree fruit. Semios blankets each orchard block with a mesh network – allowing them to install remote-controlled pheromone dispensers, camera traps for pests, soil moisture sensors or leaf-wetness devices. Images are compiled per block for summary reports providing accurate and up-to-date pest pressure information.
Agrio is an artificial intelligence-based precision agriculture solution that helps you to remotely monitor, identify, and treat plant diseases and pests in your field, farm, and garden. The app leverages and deploys proprietary artificial intelligence and computer vision algorithms. The algorithms contain the knowledge of numerous agronomists and agriculture experts and continuously improve. Available in a number of languages.
The MyIPM smartphone application was originally developed in 2012 by Clemson University for South Carolina peach and strawberry growers, but has since expanded into a tool that serves all fruit growers along the east coast. It has information to aid identification and control. The App includes diagnostics, chemical, biological, and cultural control tactics, search feature to list active ingredients and trade names for each disease/pest together with efficacy and rate per acre.
EDDMapS IPM is a new app designed to be used by County Extension Agents (Georgia, US), crop advisors and extension specialists to report current pest and disease activity in real time via smartphone. Maps demonstrating up-to-date information are available for download on www.eddmaps.org/ipm/. Currently, a few extension specialists in Georgia are testing this app and commodities are hand-selected, allowing the developers to refine the basic process and work on getting reliable data. Commodities include blueberry, cotton, wheat, vegetables, grain sorghum, corn and soybean.