EFC Systems Integrates Imagery Delivery With Geosys

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For direct delivery of in-season and historical imagery, EFC Systems, Inc. now offers integration for its FieldAlytics product and Geosys Bridge API.

"We’re excited our users can view, purchase and download this information without requiring them to work within separate tools,” says Devron VonGunden, EFC Systems’ Senior Product Manager for FieldAlytics.

FieldAlytics users now have access to field-level satellite imagery layers and can associate them to existing fields within their software for in-season field scouting, analysis for field variability management zone creation or export for crop treatment recommendations. The integration allows for both user and organization access to the imagery to be defined and takes advantage of the Geosys imagery archive to provide historic imagery to help expand insights around growth patterns for their crop health and Vegetative Indexing.

EFC Systems, Inc. focuses on technology solutions to agricultural retailers both for ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) as well as Precision / Field Data Management.

“This capability provides seamless access to market leading satellite imagery services,” says Ernie Chappell, EFC Systems’ President and CEO. “We see Geosys as a leader in imagery processing and delivery services for agriculture.”

Geosys’ digital agricultural solutions are used in more than 50  countries and use the latest research in agronomics, information technologies and satellite imagery to provide clients with data, analysis and insights they need to make more informed decisions.


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