Geospatial Technologies in Agriculture
Geospatial technologies is an umbrella phrase associated with a suite of technologies such as:
|These technologies help in capturing, storing, processing, displaying, and disseminating information tied to a particular location.|
Applied Information Management:
Systems designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data.
Field Data Collection and Analysis:
Helps in capturing, storing, processing, displaying, and disseminating information tied to a particular location.
Agrochemical Fate and Transport:
Assist producers with agrochemicals in evaluating the fate of their crops through research, transport, toxicity, field investigations, spatial analysis, and modeling.
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