fieldmargin allows farmers around the world to save time and make smarter decisions by bringing their farm’s information and communications into one place. Their ethos is that in the future farmers won’t be using 20 apps to manage their farm but a single place that provides a holistic view of all of their data.
fieldmargin’s apps for web, iOS and Android allow farmers to create digital farm maps with geo-located notes that can be shared with all the people working on the farm including advisers and contractors. Photos, comments and tagging allow up-to-the-minute collaboration on all aspects of work on the farm.
Integrations with external data sources allow farmers to monitor what happens on their farm and be alerted to changes from one place. This allows better informed decision-making by enabling the analysis of data from different sources side by side, and saves the farmer time and effort. These integrations include aerial imagery from drones and satellites, IoT sensor outputs, price feeds, yield maps and machinery telematics.
fieldmargin have already launched a connection with the John Deere Operations Center which allows users to import their field boundaries and soon to see the location of their machinery in real time, Natural England public data sets and weather data. Integrations that are in the pipeline include more major machinery manufacturers, a drone imagery processing and flight plan company, satellite imagery analysis, internet of things (IoT) sensor manufacturers.
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