Agriculture Spray Tracking and Management systems utilize a combination of software and hardware to document, manage, analyze and report on sprayer applications on fields. The solutions in this guide cover ground-based vehicle and airplane spray applications.
Not covered in this guide: Tracking for crop spraying drones, backpack sprayers or fertigation systems.
Common Key Features in this Guide
Software-based decision making tools to plan applications, typically map and field-based and turn those into application job orders.
Sensors on machines to collect data points, typically georeferenced and timestamped, such as application rates, droplet size, vehicle speed, and fuel consumption.
Ability to display either to applicator or remote manager data on applications being applied including spray path, GPS location and other machine collected data.
Software tools and shareable reports and files summarizing activity and performance, historical application reports, insights and identification of issues
Typically this is a separate component or software package. Solutions with this feature enable a similar suite of features above for aerial-based spray applications.