INTENT, a commercial field trial company leading the industry since its establishment in 2016, has introduced the latest addition to its lineup of products – the INvision Trials. This new platform is the first of its kind, utilizing the cutting-edge Apogee technology infrastructure to provide a user-friendly, cloud-based interface for field project management. INvision Trials has been designed to streamline the process of on-farm evaluations, offering a geospatial visualization of all aspects of a farmer’s field, integrating with leading farm management systems, and delivering consistent, quality data with speed and agility.
The CEO and co-founder of INTENT, Randy Barker, believes that INvision Trials will revolutionize the field trial experience for agriculture companies and farmers. This innovative platform will remove friction from the process, drastically improve data collection and analysis, and increase opportunities for collaboration on innovation. INvision Trials is available for INTENT clients either as part of a larger field evaluation project or as a stand-alone license, providing flexibility and customization to meet each client’s unique needs. With its state-of-the-art technology and comprehensive features, INvision Trials is set to become a game-changer in the commercial field trial industry.
Cloud-Based Solutions Increasingly Used In Agriculture
Cloud computing has recently gained traction in the agriculture industry as farmers and agribusinesses look for ways to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve decision-making. Cloud-based applications and platforms provide farmers with real-time data on weather, soil conditions, crop growth, and more, allowing them to make informed decisions about planting, irrigation, and harvesting. This technology also enables farmers to remotely monitor and control equipment and machinery, such as irrigation systems and drones, from anywhere with an internet connection. Additionally, cloud computing can help farmers store and manage large amounts of data, such as yield data, inventory levels, and financial records, in a secure and accessible way.
While cloud computing has many advantages in agriculture, there are also some potential drawbacks. One primary concern is the reliability of internet connectivity in rural areas, where many farms are located. Without a stable and robust internet connection, cloud-based applications and platforms may not function properly or be accessible, limiting the benefits farmers can derive from this technology. Additionally, there are concerns around data security and privacy, as cloud providers may have access to sensitive information about a farm’s operations and practices. As a result, farmers must ensure that they use reputable and secure cloud providers and that their data is encrypted and protected from cyber threats. Finally, costs may be associated with using cloud computing, such as subscription fees or upgrading hardware or software to support the technology.
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