On Tuesday, July 25, TracMap will detail how its Spray and Harvest Management System can help growers reduce costs and improve yields across a wide range of specialty crops.
TracMap offers a complete precision guidance system for ground applications to improve how crops receive pesticides. The technology works through a combination of a cloud-based job management systems which are matched to a dedicated display screen in the cab of the tractor. With their technology, growers easily select which blocks or rows need pesticides from a computer, which sends the data to the tractor operator and then tracks if any portion of the blocks or rows were missed during pesticide application.
TracMap says their system works for 100% of vehicles, 100% of staff, 100% of the time!
TracMap is so confident in the value of their system to growers they offer a money-back guarantee. The TracMap Spray and Harvest Management System is already used by many of the largest growers of lettuce, olives, peas, grapes and a range of other crops in Australia. The agtech company recently brought its innovative technology to the United Stated and is now working out of the Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology in Salinas, Calif.
The July 25th Tech Talk is particularly relevant to those who manage spray operations or those who ensure that crop records accurately reflect what was really applied.
TracMap Tech Talk®
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Location: Online or in-person.
Online: You will be emailed a link when you register.
In-person: Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology (150 Main Street, Suite 130, Salinas, CA 93901)
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT
RSVP: To attend in-person, please RSVP to Emily Lyons at email@example.com.
To attend online, please register here.
Colin Brown, founding director of TracMap, speaks more on what will be covered during TracMap’s Tech Talk:
Tech Talks, which are offered at no cost, are hosted by the Center to introduce WG members and the community to the latest innovations. For more information about the Tech Talk Series or the Center, contact Hank Giclas at (949) 885-2205.