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Bayer's Digital Farming Tool

Bayer’s Digital Farming Tool

This tool is your new co-pilot for field management - from planning to harvesting and beyond. Now being tested in beta.

expert.

expert. Tool

A web-based software to analyze infection processes of fungal diseases, development and migration of pests (in oil seed rape) and storage risk based on weather information.

Zoner

Zoner geoinformation system

Precision agriculture web-based software to analyze productivity of your fields.

  • Quick Facts & Quotes

    Collecting Data
    Throughout the Season


    There are thousands of different soil types around the world. But even in a region or a single field, a soil’s quality can vary greatly. The more a farmer knows about his soils, the better he can decide which varieties to sow in a certain area to gain optimal yields.

  • Quick Facts & Quotes

    Collecting Data
    Throughout the Season


    As the crop grows, sensors on the tractor can detect the health of the plants by measuring their photosynthetic activity. Similar measurements can also be done from space via unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or satellites to cover a larger area while still delivering a very high resolution.

  • Quick Facts & Quotes

    Collecting Data
    Throughout the Season


    At the season’s end, the combines harvesting the crop have built in yield monitors that record fluctuations and automatically generate a detailed yield map of each field. This data can be used in the next season to further optimize cultivation.

  • Quick Facts & Quotes

    The Networked Farm – More
    Data for Efficient Processes


    The farm of the future is completely connected: satellites and ground-based sensors deliver detailed information on crop conditions. Combined with weather forecasts and histories, crop variety and crop cultivation databases and even work schedules, the farmer obtains a solid foundation on which to make his important everyday agronomic decisions.

  • Quick Facts & Quotes

    The Networked Farm – More
    Data for Efficient Processes


    He also receives live alerts from every corner of his business, be it the cowshed, the combine harvester, the silo or his finance institute.