agX® acts as a foundation for powering geo-spatial precision agronomy solutions. As such it encompasses a wide range of valuable functionality:
Sync: Enables multiple repositories and apps to maintain synchronization between each other. Provides a common ontology and schemas to define agricultural operations and enforces tabular and spatial rules to ensure quality data collection.
Transform: Converts raw OEM data such as yield, as applied planting, fertilizer, and crop protection applications into fit-for-use datasets.
GIS: Global data processing for analytics and downstream workflows. Performs GIS functions in real time for third-party applications such as splits, unions, intersections, and conversions to WKT.
Content: Provides applications/repositories with standardized reference data so end-users all collect data like crops, crop inputs, weeds, insects, etc. with the same nomenclature and underlying IDs.
Common Field boundary: Provides applications with access to field boundaries within agX® to reduce duplicate geography.
Raster: Provides the ability for imagery acquisition companies to setup SKU's defining AOI's, deliverables, pricing, and acquisition timing for third-party applications to enroll growers, farms, and fields into those services.
Vector tiles: Creates vector tile images from dense geospatial data such as yield and as-applied to enable web and mobile applications an enhanced experience.
Geo Processing: Hosts and executes algorithms to create derivative outputs from geospatial data such as soil samples, yield, elevation, etc. Outputs can include crop input recommendations, indices, multi-year analyses, etc.
Connections: Creates connections between users who may be using the same or different front-end apps and need to share data on common field boundaries.
- How can I extract all of the data collected by any user in my organization in a separate repository?
- How can I view dense geospatial data in a mobile or web app without consuming all the data storage?
- How can I make sure that my end users aren’t making duplicate field boundaries within my system?
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