ArcGIS, The Mapping Platform for AgTech

Integrate high-resolution imagery, field observations, and real-time data feeds to understand how to make the most of your resources.

Collect, maintain, and analyse all your agriculture field data in one centralised system.

Maps have always played an important role in farm management. Now the maps are digital and that means farmers can do much more with them.

Eagle Technology Webinar - ArcGIS in Agriculture

Join us and explore how the ArcGIS Platform can help you tackle the unique challenges that face you in the agriculture, horticulture and viticulture industries, including Asset Management, Health and Safety, Farm Environment Planning, IoT Integration, and Drone Monitoring.

Where: Online
When: 16 July
Time: 11am -12pm
Cost: FREE
Presenter: Julian Pilois (Eagle Technology)

Farmers on the Digital Map

Federated Farmers says digital mapping is now an important part of how it engages with members.

Innovation to the bee sector

Manuka Health New Zealand, one of our largest manuka honey producers, based in Te Awamutu, has taken its beekeeping operations to new levels of efficiency by using a mobile GIS solution.

Miraka harnesses innovation in geo-spatial mapping

Miraka – As part of our responsibility as kaitiaki of our land and environment and our focus on a nurturing and sustainable supply chain, Miraka uses GIS tools to help manage and maintain that commitment.

Using Maps for Farm Management

Maps have always played an important role in farm management. Now with technolo­gies like geographic information systems (GIS) the maps are digital and that, says, Eagle Technology's Lauren McArtney, means they can do much more with them.

Common Patterns of Use

A common set of GIS usage patterns exists across industries, independent of business models or environments. Because these patterns describe both geospatial capabilities and business capabilities, you can use them to understand how ArcGIS aligns with your needs.
Organisations that apply the patterns in their location strategy reap the greatest benefits and return on their GIS investments.

Spatially Manage Your Farm

Visualizing your farm data is an important part of managing your farm. By combining your asset information with ready-to-use layers, you can build an accurate digital representation of your farm.

Improve Compliance Management

Location plays a key role in recognising and managing on-farm environmental risks. Find, visualise and report on your farm’s resources and risks from one centralised location.

Better Understand Productivity

Successful produce leads to a successful farm. Keep track of daily operations and increase grower engagement through predicting and monitoring crop health and yield trends.

Make Farms Safer

Understanding the hazards on your farm is essential to safe practices. By capturing, monitoring and mitigating hazards, you can protect the people, property, and ecosystems on your farm.

Monitor with Drones and Sensors

Make smarter decisions by using drone-captured imagery, LiDAR and other 3D products for land analysis and planning, infrastructure inspection and crop monitoring. This combined with real-time weather and sensor information helps build a smarter view of your farm.

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