Date: Aug 27, 2020
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Join Trimble Ag for the final episode of Innovating in Challenging Times on Thursday, October 1. During the webinar, Devon Liss, a 15-year ag technology veteran and current manager of product development with Trimble Ag Business Solutions, will highlight the benefits of the Trimble Ag Software.

Some topics that will be covered during the webinar include the following: 

  • Fleet management – This capability can be as simple as locating all farm equipment with point on a map to more advanced utilization and uptime metrics. 
  • Coverage Mapping – This functionality allows farm operators to automatically track where they have sprayed, harvested or planted.
  • Auto Sync & Work Orders – The software allows operators to seamlessly sync data from the field to the office and back to the field through the cloud and centrally manage and distribute work orders.

Register now and don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about this technology.

As previously reported in Spotlight, the WGCIT has launched the “Innovating in Challenging Times” webinar series to demonstrate how technological development continues to advance during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The series, which is moderated by WGCIT Director Dennis Donohue, features entrepreneurs from different agtech startups who share how the crisis has impacted their company as well as the creative methods they are implementing to move business forward.

WEBINAR DETAILS

Presenter: Devon Liss, Product Development Manager, Trimble Ag

Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020

Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PDT

RSVP: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

For more information, contact Dennis Donohue at ddonohue@wga.com or (831) 594-4883.

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