AgroSense.

Introducing the first open source farm managament and precision agriculture software

To keep your farm running at highest velocity, foreseeing and insight is key. Foreseeing how your acres are holding up, insight in how much effort and materials you are putting in. If you, as a farmer or contracting company own a pc, this could be closer than you think. AgroSense is key between the measurements in and on the field, and the specific knowledge you have of your farm. By versatile measuring the parcel you can plant, cultivate and harvest on right places, at the right times. The goal is increase your harvest while cutting costs. Because you probably will not do this allone, AgroSense has the feature to easily share workpackages, parcel info and time tables with your contractor and/or employees. Now you know exactly when and where cultivation is needed, which will make quality control easier and reduces the risks for a failed harvest.

About.

The innovations in agriculture are becoming more and more complex. Automatisation is the future, but where to begin? Corizon developed a solution where your farm and all the farming activities can be digitally registered and analyzed. Your farm can be digitally recreated and steered in the way you or your contracter would like. To make sure that your farm is properly preparing for the future you will need insight in the way the fields and the harvest are connected. Machines and materials are replacable but the ground and soil is something you will need to adapt to, so why not take some time to really analyze the compositions etc. To gain everything that your soil has to offer is to analyze and digitalize with AgroSense.

Isobus.

If your farm is making steps towards a digitlized environment the use of ISOBUS can't be that far away. ISOBUS analyses the day to day activities and links the data with everything that is needed for the day to day tasks.

The ISOBUS standard specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and implements. Combined with the accurate location of your machinery with a GPS/GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) signal ISOBUS provides the farmer advanced technology. The first use for GPS/GNSS-control was for autosteering. But the GPS-system has much more advanced benefits, like locating your machine and monitoring the work. The ISOBUS data can be used in advanced in precision agriculture applications, like VRT (variable rate technology) or yieldmapping. The problem is that the GPS and ISOBUS data are currently not easy to use outside the tractor.

AgroSense can take care of automated registration by importing and interpreting performed tasks via ISOBUS devices. This also works the other way round: use AgroSense to export a digital (location specific) task to the tractor to execute it.

FEATURES.

  • Create task files
  • Visualize yieldmaps
  • Explore data
  • Visualize part fields
  • Create treatment zones

Farm management.

Managing your farm starts with mapping your farm plots. You may have a digital file you can import, or you can draw the plots yourself on the reference map. For every year a field plan can be made by selecting the plots and assigning the proper crop, All other datasources, like soil samples, yieldmaps,or sensordata can be connected to the location of your farm plots or cropfields

SERVICES APPLIED.

  • Easy digitizing
  • Importing data files
  • Central field registration
  • Farm data management

Precision agriculture.

In order to support farmers who started using Precision Agriculture Technology we solved the issue of different data formats for sensordata.

AgroSense supports dataformats like .csv, .dbf, shape and ISOxml. The first are really open formats which can contain any kind of data. In order to give meaning to the raw data, we developed import modules for sensor observations. When you have datafiles from other producers, send us a sample file and we can create the appropriate import module within a few days.

SUPPORTED SENSORTYPES.

  • Cropcircle
  • Greenseeker
  • Fritzmeier
  • Yara N-sensor

Visit the AgroSense website and try it out for free!