Hemisphere GPS Launches AgJunction Mobile

Melissa Sandfort

Hemisphere GPS announced the new AgJunction Mobile for iOS, an enhancement to AgJunction, its precision agriculture data services platform. AgJunction Mobile is an in-field data collection system featuring GPS-enabled boundary mapping and soil sampling. To take advantage of the latest technologies, AgJunction and Cogent3D, maker of PrecisionEarth, have come together to release AgJunction Mobile for iOS. Available for both iPhone …

Company Announcement, Data Collection, GPS, technology

Tire technology can make farmers more efficient

Meghan Grebner

When you think of technology, tires aren’t exactly the first thing that come to mind.   In this Precision.AgWired.com Podcast, sponsored by Ag Leader Technology we examine how the world of implement tires is changing and how Titan Tires is helping producers become more efficient in their operations.  Brent Murray is a sales rep for Titan Tires and he says stubble damage is …

Ag Leader, Precision Pays Podcast, technology

Take a Tour of Ag Leader at NFMS

Cindy Zimmerman

The Ag Leader Technology exhibit at the National Farm Machinery Show has been hopping this week. Among the attractions for farmers: The coming-soon INTEGRA™ display with planter down force monitor and control capability (pictured here); the popular “best bang for your buck” VERSA display; SMS Mobile; and OptRx crop sensor I took a little tour around the Ag Leader booth …

Ag Leader, National Farm Machinery Show, technology, Video

System 350 Automatic Steering Technology Now Available

Melissa Sandfort

AGCO, Your Agriculture Company, is pleased to announce the availability of System 350 Automatic Steering through AGCO’s North American dealer network. The System 350 features a new X30 all-in-one control console that gives operators an entirely new level of precision accuracy, dependability, flexibility and ease of use beyond what they’ve come to expect from other steering systems in the market. …

Company Announcement, technology

The Kinze Autonomy Project

Melissa Sandfort

Kinze Manufacturing, Inc. unveiled an innovative solution to increase productivity on the farm—the Kinze Autonomy Project. The technology, which is the first of its kind in row crop production worldwide, utilizes autonomous agricultural equipment to complete many tasks on the farm with minimal direct human input. As a project more than two years in the making, Kinze performed extensive obstacle …

Equipment, technology

Raven Talks Connectivity and Software Integration at InfoAg

Cindy Zimmerman

It was obvious at the recent InfoAg Conference that developing industry standards, data sharing capability, connectivity and software integration are the hottest topics in precision ag technology right now. In this edition of the Precision.AgWired.com Podcast, sponsored by Ag Leader Technology, we hear from Kelby Kleinsasser, director of Ag Information for Raven Industries and chairman of the Precision Ag Council …

Ag Leader, Audio, InfoAg, Raven, Software, technology

Pioneer Adds FIT Studio

Melissa Sandfort

Pioneer Hi-Bred unveils FIT® Studio, an extension of Pioneer FIT Services. This new comprehensive mapping software provides Pioneer sales professionals another tool to help growers get the right product on the right acre. FIT Studio, an addition to current Pioneer services – FIT Field Planner, FIT As-Planted Maps and FIT Mapping at Harvest – offers powerful new, map-based functionality, including …

Software, technology, Variable rate

Trimble Acquires MyTopo For Outdoor Enthusiasts

Melissa Sandfort

Trimble announced that it has acquired privately-held MyTopo based in Billings, Mont. MyTopo is a leading provider of print and digital maps for outdoor enthusiasts. The acquisition expands Trimble’s ability to offer unique map content and new outdoor-centric products while simultaneously enhancing its popular mobile apps—Trimble Outdoors, AllSport GPS, Geocache Navigator, Cabela’s Recon Hunt, and Backpacker GPS Trails. MyTopo offers …

Apps, technology, Trimble

Alltech Launches Farming Film Festival

Cindy Zimmerman

Alltech is looking for videos that tell the story of how game changing innovations are helping farmers feed the world. The Kentucky-based animal health and nutrition company has announced the first ever “Farming Film Festival,” offering a $2,000 grand prize. Following the theme of the Alltech 27th Annual International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium, The Game Changers, video submissions should …

Farmers, technology, Video