Precision agriculture technologies simplify many agricultural operations and reduce their cost. For example, parallel driving allows you to applicate fertilizers or herbicides with precision that is simply out of reach «by eye». The introduction of liquid fertilizers under the control of the «Vodoley» spraying computer allows you to save the fertilizers with an increasing of the yield.
The preservation of data about the movement of machins is very convenient for the subsequent evaluation of the quality of field processing. As an example, you can view the image of the results of processing of one field, available in the personal account of the Agrosystem.
Lines allow you to assess how straight the driver drove, and how accurately the required rate of outflow was maintained. Red means that it was poured more than norm, blue - less, green - the norm is sustained.
As in many areas, the use of computer simplifies accounting by storing information in an electronic database. In the case of such centralized storage, subsequent analysis, evaluation, planning of new actions is accelerated. But there are also new risks - if all information is stored in one place, then the probability of its thefting is higher. Therefore, the German Agricultural Society (DLG) issued its eight requirements-wishes, to the digital agriculture.
Therefore, it is very important to prepare future farmers with these requirements in mind. DLG President Karl-Albrecht Bartmer is confident that digital technologies will give a tangible impetus to the development of agriculture. This approach should simplify the conduct of any work, reduce the negative impact on the environment and improve the living conditions of animals.