LAFAYETTE WEST, IN – Ag-Analytics and Davide Cammarano, associate professor of agronomy at Purdue, announced a recently established research partnership. Using precision farming data, Cammarano’s research team will develop farm management strategies that optimize economic outcomes for businesses and individuals.
Ag-Analytics is an agricultural management platform specializing in precision agricultural data analysis, remote sensing data analysis, and risk management. Through innovative tools and services for farmers, crop consultants and research partnerships, Ag-Analytics helps users mitigate risk, reduce environmental impacts, improve yields and increase profits by taking better informed farm management decisions.
This partnership will allow producers to choose to work in complete confidentiality with university researchers with precision agricultural data at the field level. All data will be made anonymous and confidential, and researchers will only work with producers who have signed up to the agreement with their university.
“This endeavor will be mutually beneficial, advancing my research while helping Ag-Analytics develop tools for farmers and optimize their production, ”said Cammarano. “The hope is that this partnership will create a living research hub for the integration of digital tools and models that support farmers. “
“The partnership with Purdue enables precision agricultural research, which pushes the industry towards data-driven decisions and deeper analysis of field operations,” said Joshua Woodard, CEO and Founder of Ag-Analytics. “We are delighted to partner with a leading agricultural research institution and a close neighbor to our head office in West Lafayette, Indiana. “
Farmers can easily register to participate in https://profit.ag/Purdue. Registration is free and farmers who sign up will receive a free Ag-Analytics account, which provides access to high-resolution NDVI satellite imagery, historical and current weather conditions, insurance estimates and more. keys.
Source: Davide Cammarano, 765-494-4773, [email protected]
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