Using mobile GIS technology, farmers can measure, record, and map field characteristics for such things as vector control, nutrient deficiencies, and water usage during their regular inspections. When collecting data in the field, remedial measures can be quickly devised and implemented. At the office, newly collected data can be retrieved about a specific field, crop, or pest.
Optional equipment, such as digital cameras, range finders, and GPS devices, can be easily added to a mobile GIS for enhanced data collection.
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