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The Goanna GoSat platform has integrated IrriSat technology driven by NDVI imagery combined with localised weather data from our privately held weather station network to measure crop water use for benchmarking crop productivity.
To do this, GoSat utilises NDVI imagery and site specific weather data. GoSat reports on seasonal crop water-use-efficiency that can be conducted at paddock, farm, valley and industry scales. It will calculate the crop's WUE per kg/mm and $/mm which can be used for benchmarking other crops or varieties in irrigated and drylands farming.
A seasonal fee per paddock is charged for access to this solution.
This solution is a platform solution. No hardware installation is necessary. The user needs to provide paddock boundaries for the service to run as well as planted crop type.
Once the paddocks that are to be monitored are set up at the start of the season, there is no ongoing maintenance required.
Cat M1, LoRaWAN, Wifi, 3G/4G, Satellite
Our customers own their data. Unless requested by the client, we hold a copy of their sensor data in order to provide additional services, including site specific weather forecasts.
We maintain a secure cloud environment where data is curated, quality controlled and stored. This allows for data retrieval and extension of additional purposes (as outlined above). You can view our data privacy and security policies here: https://www.goannaag.com.au/privacy-policy
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