AgriSight Inc. based in Ann Arbor, Mich., showcased its FarmLogs data management program at the IDEAg Interconnectivity Conference on June 26-27, in Altoona, Iowa.
The web-based platform, accessible on mobile devices including iPads and Android phones, offers a variety of field management tools for farmers to record, track and analyze data.
"We're trying to make it very easy for farmers to see what goes into producing his crops," says company co-founder Jesse Vollmar. "It's web-based, so it can be accessed anywhere and the data is automatically synchronized."
FarmLogs features include automatic field boundary settings, an inventory management tool and historical precipitation and yield data. The application can display 8 years of crop history and rainfall data, which allows farmers to click on a field to compare annual data, Vollmar says.
The program analytics allow growers to looking at every crop year they have on their farm, what is growing, when it was planted, harvested and hat inputs were applied.
"We automatically pull in all sorts of information for every field added," Vollmar says. "Things like crop history, county yield data and rainfall history will show up automatically for easy benchmarking and analysis."
For more product information and pricing options, visit farmlogs.com.