With this functionality now in release, FieldAlytics users have the ability to schedule imagery capture scenes on any field setup within the FieldAlytics program and have seamless flow of the data delivered back into the program for immediate use. This provides users easy access to real-time decision making and the insights to know how every inch of their field is progressing and where to focus their efforts and inputs.
“We wanted to let our users easily order and schedule timely in-season imagery, so by teaming up with Mavrx, we are providing FieldAlytics users with the tools to do this. We feel the information and data they receive will go a long way in helping make impactful and timely management decisions. We’re excited to offer Mavrx services to our users without requiring them to work within separate tools.” said Devron VonGunden, EFC Systems’ Senior Product Manager for FieldAlytics.
With this integration users will be able to identify problem or stress areas in a field and utilize the embedded tools to address and correct these areas.
“This capability provides seamless access to market leading decision tools.” said Ernie Chappell, EFC Systems’ President & C.E.O. “We see Mavrx as a leader for on-demand imagery capture services.” EFC Systems’ customers have flexibility to utilize and market Mavrx to their grower customers in a flexible fashion, and can optionally choose which fields should benefit from the joint offering.
“The integration with FieldAlytics is a great example of some of the many steps we’re taking to further enhance the experience and value of using Mavrx services and analytics this coming season,” said Max Bruner, Mavrx CEO. “Through this partnership, farmers and retailers who seek the highest level of efficiency have access to our nationwide network of pilots to capture and deliver ultra-high resolution (UHR) imagery exactly when and where it’s needed. This gives our clients the ability to monitor field performance, target yield at risk, and streamline scouting efforts to take necessary action in the field.