Spatial Analysis and Data

Digital Agriculture

Kathy Alborado

Chamber Policy Committee Co-Chair

CEO, Helios HR
Chamber Policy Committee

It is essential to

Look at metrics for individual fields as well as the entire farm

The integration of digital technologies into farming systems presents enormous opportunities to modern farmers.  Farmers generate data from their planters, harvesters, in-field instrumentation, UAVs and other machinery and use it aid guide their decision-making.  Whether the goal is to reduce inputs, decrease emissions, improve profit margin, or increase yield, these data are instrumental in identifying a suitable path forward.


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Our Digital Agriculture Work

Waterborne works with data generated from digital agriculture practices and synthesizes it into an intuitive format the farmer can understand.  To fully understand the impact of farming practices, it is essential to look at metrics for individual fields as well as the entire farm.  By analyzing growing conditions, farming operations, inputs, and crop yields, our experts help growers recognize the financial impact and sustainability of their farming practices.  These analyses lead to better decisions for the future and confirmation that past decisions are having the desired outcome.  The standard farming practices from past decades would continue to degrade the quality of farmland, but digital agriculture offers a wealth of information that can be used to make better decisions and preserve our cropland for generations to come.