Agronomist Dashboard

Summary of crops grown on the screen of your phone, tablet, or PC

The information dashboard is a modern format for collecting and visualizing large amounts of data (such as graphs, charts, maps, etc.). Using the dashboard, you can receive real-time reports on the real situation in the field.

The dashboard for an agronomist provides comprehensive information on the state and characteristics of agricultural land, the composition, condition and development of agricultural crops, and also allows predicting yield, influencing various kinds of operational actions (application of seeds, fertilizers, etc.).

Key features

  • Displaying information of various kinds of data from sensors used in the field of precision farming
  • Full automation of farm management in real time: monitoring the quality of meteorological indicators, the amount of fertilization, etc.
  • Tracking the state of maturation of agricultural crops and forecasting their productivity
  • Automatic detection of problem areas of crops (waterlogging, low evaporation rate, low percentage of crop rise, crop ripening state)
  • Available to any device: TV, PC, tablet, smartphone

Dashboard indicators

  • amount of land, average height difference
  • number of fields with anomalies and anomaly indicator
  • vegetation level by crops, anomalies with restoration of vegetation
  • % of the area of ​​winter crops with a lagging vegetation (vegetation anomalies)
  • % of the area with lagging seedlings (vegetation anomalies)
  • recommendations for water in the nearest sources (for spraying with reflection of alkalinity, pH)
  • predicting probable warming based on the history of temperatures
  • daily and annual precipitation in mm
  • temperature history graph for the last 50 years, the highest / lowest recorded temperature for the previous period
  • notification about deteriorating weather (rain, frost, number of heat days)
  • number of fields with abnormally high evaporation of moisture
  • average soil temperature in the region
  • percentage fields under snow