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Regenerative Agriculture

Increase farm profits while promoting environmental stewardship

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Balance profitability and sustainability

Regenerative agricultural practices can protect the environment, improve soil fertility, and optimize long-term profitably to create greater food security. Increasingly, precision farmers use geoenabled smart devices and cloud computing to understand how no-till, cover crops, rotational grazing, and other sustainable practices contribute to better soil health, biodiversity, and CO2 sequestration.

Achieve spatial insights with an analytical approach

Mapping and location enablement

Incorporate the power of location intelligence into regenerative farm management practices to gain new spatial insights, improve critical decision-making, and create more balanced outcomes.

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Field operations

Use integrated mobile field apps to collect detailed information at the source. Streamline field communications and create workflow efficiencies.

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Real-time visualization and analytics

Collect and analyze precise information in near real time. Use performance dashboards to model dynamic processes, improve response times, eliminate waste, and reduce costs.

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Imagery and remote sensing

In a precision sustainable agricultural practice, staff can use imagery and GIS to detect change through the analysis of multitemporal datasets.

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Spatial analysis and data science

Explore a wide array of data types with powerful analytical tools to uncover new patterns and trends that can lead to greater holistic understanding.

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The technology behind an agricultural revolution

Sensor feeds with crop health and weather data combined with location intelligence help staff achieve sustainable agricultural outcomes.

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