As practice shows, the use of GPS monitoring in agriculture is very effective. Direct control of movements and fuel consumption helps to exclude inappropriate use of machines and fuel drain, and also makes it possible to minimize non-production downtime of equipment and low efficiency of its work. In addition, GPS monitoring systems include the formation of databases on cultivated hectares, the distribution of fuel for moving and work, provide information on the performance of work in the context of agricultural operations, fields, equipment, machine operators and make it possible to introduce precision farming.
The digitalization of the land bank is an integral part of the inventory of the land of an agricultural enterprise. It helps to make the maintenance of cadastral records easier and more convenient. Land portals, web services, official electronic sources of cadastral data are used not only by agricultural firms and land surveyors, but also by individuals, lawyers, notaries, banks, real estate agencies, for which it is important to receive up-to-date information to ensure its reliability.
On August 17, 2021, Kiev hosted the Digital Farming International Practical Agro-Innovation Forum, dedicated to the effectiveness of modern digital technologies in agribusiness. The Soft.Farm team also took an active part in this event and presented a single portal for processing field data, the functions and capabilities of which are relevant within the framework of the forum program. This digital platform allows you to collect information from various machines together and makes it possible to broadcast data from the world's largest agricultural equipment manufacturers such as Precision Planting, John Deere, Case IH and others.
On July 15, the first regional festival of community development ideas «Idea Fest Poltava Region-2021» took place in the building of the Poltava airport. The event was organized by the «Poltava Regional Association of Local Self-Government Bodies» with the support of the Poltava Regional Council and the Regional State Administration. Our team made a presentation of a product for the united territorial communities, which we developed based on our extensive experience in land bank accounting.
Agroscouting is the process of collecting information directly in the field in accordance with the specified parameters. It serves to monitor the state of crops and allows you to record not only the stages of plant development on the BBCH scale, soil condition, the presence of diseases, foci of weeds or pests, but also to monitor the quality of work performed on the field, as well as to form recommendations for its further processing.