Source: Iteris news release
Iteris, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITI), the global leader in applied informatics for transportation and agriculture, and AgroVIR Ltd (AgroVIR) today announced the addition of Iteris’ ClearAg® smart content via weather, soil and harvest modeling application programming interfaces (APIs) to AgroVIR’s farm management information system (FMIS).
“As one of the leading central European farm management software development companies, AgroVIR looks forward to providing clients with even more comprehensive FMIS solutions”
“As one of the leading central European farm management software development companies, AgroVIR looks forward to providing clients with even more comprehensive FMIS solutions,” said Miklos Maróti, chief executive officer of AgroVIR. “Iteris’ ClearAg weather, soil and harvest modeling technology enables our clients, in the central and eastern European region but also globally, to access the best information available for decision support. Derived field-specific data will enable our customers to make more relevant decisions for increased operational efficiency and reduced costs.”
Serving over 250 clients, AgroVIR’s innovative management information software supports over 360,000 hectares throughout Europe, including Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. The availability of Iteris’ ClearAg smart content equips global producers with data for decisions spanning the entire growing season, such as planting, in-field application and harvest timing. In particular, harvest modeling APIs support data-driven decisions around harvest and grain dry down activities.
“We are excited to provide global producers with access to Iteris’ ClearAg smart content through AgroVIR’s farm management solution,” said Jim Chambers, senior vice president and general manager, Agriculture and Weather Analytics at Iteris. “Iteris is committed to helping agribusinesses make the most of their data. Our ClearAg content provides field-specific analytics and insights for decision support whether agribusinesses are concerned with planting date or harvest timing.”