TerrAvion, a provider of aerial imaging real-time data for agriculture, and FieldX, a provider of software for independent agronomists, announced the launch of an integration that brings aerial imagery solutions to agronomists using FieldX. High-resolution aerial images provided to any TerrAvion user will be available for users recording georeferenced notes and pictures in the new FieldX GeoNotes mobile app.
Every week in the 2019 growing season, TerrAvion will be capturing over 100M acres of row-level imagery and delivering it to growers and agronomists overnight so they can target scouting, vary inputs, and intervene early on the inevitable issues on every farm.
The FieldX GeoNotes app is used to record agricultural-related comments and photos at points of interest in the field. While using the app, the user’s path through the field can also be recorded and saved. With TerrAvion high-resolution imagery displayed in GeoNotes, the user can confidently navigate directly to trouble spots in the field and efficiently document the issue.
Benefits of TerrAvion’s high-resolution aerial imagery in scouting programs include:
• See emerging trouble at row level on the entire field
• Ability to see the extent and identify the cause of these issues
• Fast action to correct problems before they become big losses
• Prevent missing the real trouble spot, while scouting a few rows away
“Independent agronomists are the most trusted experts for making recommendations to farmers, they are some of the most advanced users of TerrAvion data,” says Robert Morris, CEO of TerrAvion.
“A number of our leading agronomists are expanding their services to include aerial imagery, so we wanted to make imagery easy for everyone to access in the FieldX platform,” says to David Krueger, CEO of Field X.