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Agrisource Data Announces and Welcomes New Chief Operating Officer

Atlanta, GA – 9/5/17 – Agrisource Data is proud to announce and welcome Steve Strout as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) effectively immediately.  Steve will be responsible for marketing, sales, software platform development and innovation, as well as general management responsibilities.

Strout has over 25 years’ experience providing strategic vision and direction around the practical application of technology. He joins Agrisource Data from Sabre Corporation in Dallas, TX where he was most recently the Senior Vice President, Strategy & Operations.

Over the years, Strout has had a number of executive roles including CEO, CIO and CTO at a number of different companies including BlackBerry, Shred-it, Morris Communications, The Thomson Corporation (now Thomson Reuters) and The New York Times Company.

“Having the ability to recruit someone of Steve’s experience and caliber is exciting for our company,” Agrisource Data CEO Ben Worley says. “It will be great to leverage his significant wealth of knowledge and experience as we continue to strengthen the team.  We know he will be instrumental to our success as we innovate and introduce new products and capabilities into the marketplace.”

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

September 5th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of FuelTrack™ Version 2

Atlanta, GA – 8/8/17  Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of FuelTrack™ Version 2, a fuel monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor fuel tank levels remotely.

This new version is available using any of three (3) different communications protocols:  RPMA, LoRa, or cellular.

FuelTrack™ Version 2 launches August 15, 2017.

This new version of FuelTrack™ works in conjunction with the many different sensors and data sources from Agrisource Data, such as IntelliRoot™ for soil moisture monitoring, and IntelliFlood™ for canal and surface water monitoring, IntelliRice™ for managing irrigation for rice-fields, and the newly released H2OTrack™ for tracking water levels in wells and the WxTrack™ micro-weather station, satellite, drone and aerial imagery. These combined with the Agrisource Data multi-layer analytics platform provide a complete picture and allow for the orchestrated management of water, nutrients and pest management for the agriculture industry.

Ben Worley, Agrisource Data CEO, says of FuelTrack™ Version 2, “Reducing expenses is important for all businesses. By better managing when and how much re-fueling is required of tanks across the many acres of a farm, most clients are seeing immediate savings.  This is one of those things that has immediate payback.”

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

August 8th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of IntelliRoot™ Version 3

Atlanta, GA – 7/5/17 – Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of IntelliRoot™ Version 3, their award-winning, real-time, soil moisture monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor irrigation.

This new version has 3 different sensing levels including 4-6”, 8-12”, and 18-24”.  In addition, this remote sensor is available using any of three (3) different communications protocols:  RPMA, LoRa, or cellular.

IntelliRoot™ Version 3 launches on July 11, 2017.

This new version of IntelliRoot™ adds soil surface temperature and works in conjunction with the many different sensors and data sources from Agrisource Data, such as IntelliFlood™ for canal and surface water monitoring, IntelliRice™ for managing irrigation for rice-fields, and the newly released H2OTrack™ for tracking water levels in wells and the WxTrack™ micro-weather station, satellite, drone and aerial imagery. These combined with the Agrisource Data multi-layer analytics platform provide a complete picture and allow the orchestrated management of water, nutrients and pest management for the agriculture industry.

According to Agrisource Data CEO Ben Worley, “As companies want to use the many different types of water sources, whether surface or canal water, fresh-water wells, and rainfall, to help improve crop yield, they required a better way to have their soil moisture sensors work with a multitude of different other sensors and data inputs in order maximize the effectiveness of water.”

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

July 5th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of H2OTrack™

Atlanta, GA – 6/1/17  – Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of H2OTrack™, a well water monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor fresh-water well levels in real-time.  This is a new product for Agrisource Data and fits nicely into their portfolio of remote sensors designed specifically for the precision agriculture industry.  This remote sensor is available using any of three (3) different communications protocols:  RPMA, LoRa, or cellular.

June 6, 2017 is the official launch date of H2OTrack™.

This H2OTrack™ well water level sensor works in conjunction with both IntelliRoot™ soil moisture sensors as well as the Agrisource Data multi-layer intelligence and analytics platform to provide extremely accurate and up-to-date information for managing precision agriculture flood irrigation.

The strategic placement of H2OTrack™ sensors within the fresh-water wells in addition to the IntelliRoot™ sensors in the irrigated area, and WxTrack™ micro-weather stations allows for precision monitoring and alerting when water is available and irrigation should be started or stopped.

“This is a significant addition to our portfolio of sensor products. Having extremely accurate data showing how much fresh-water is available combined with sensors that indicate how much water is needed in which fields, provides the precision agriculture benefits that the industry has been looking for.  This provides the client the ability to have a significant reduction in fresh water consumption while still maintaining yields.”
– Ben Worley, CEO Agrisource Data

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

June 1st, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of IntelliFlood™ Version 2

Atlanta, GA – 5/1/17 – Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of IntelliFlood™ Version 2, a real-time canal and/or surface water monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor flood irrigation.

This new version of IntelliFlood™ works in conjunction with both IntelliRoot™ soil moisture sensors, as well as the Agrisource Data multi-layer intelligence and analytics platform to provide extremely accurate and up-to-date information for managing precision agriculture flood irrigation.

The strategic placement of IntelliFlood™ sensors within the canals and/or surface water ponds, in addition to the IntelliRoot™ sensors in the irrigated area and WxTrack™ micro-weather stations, allows for precision monitoring and alerting when water is available and irrigation should be started or stopped.

“The efficient application of irrigation water is critical to optimizing yields in agriculture. By having precision over how much water a client has and how much is really needed and when, we can improve yield in almost any field by as much as 10%,”  Ben Worley, Agrisource Data CEO says of the monitor.

IntelliFlood™ Version 2 launches May 8, 2017.

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

May 1st, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of IntelliRice™ AWD

Atlanta, GA – 3/7/17 – Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of IntelliRice™ Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD), a real-time flood irrigation monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor water levels in rice fields.  This is a new product for Agrisource Data and fits nicely into their portfolio of remote sensors designed specifically for the precision agriculture industry.  This remote sensor is available using any of three (3) different communications protocols:  RPMA, LoRa, or cellular.

IntelliRice™ AWD launches March 14, 2017.

AWD is a water-saving technique that leverages this advanced technology to significantly reduce irrigation water consumption in rice fields without decreasing yield. In AWD, irrigation water is applied a few days after the disappearance of the ponded water. Hence, the field gets alternately flooded and non-flooded.

The IntelliRice™ AWD sensor works in conjunction with both IntelliRoot™ soil moisture sensors as well as the WxTrack™ micro-weather station and the Agrisource Data multi-layer intelligence and analytics platform. This allows for precision monitoring and alerting when water is available and irrigation should be started or stopped.

According to Ben Worley, Agrisource Data CEO, “The introduction of this new sensor continues to round out our portfolio which is designed to work together and give our clients the best advantage to reduce fresh water while at the same time maintain or even increase yield.”

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

March 7th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of WxTrack™ Version 2

Atlanta, GA – 2/8/17 – Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of WxTrack™ Version 2, their micro-weather station monitoring system that helps clients accurately monitor the weather in their area.  This new station is available using any of three (3) different communications protocols:  RPMA, LoRa, or cellular.

WxTrack™ Version 2 launches February 15, 2017.

This new version of WxTrack™ adds monitors for temperature inversions to the other important parameters including solar radiation, sunshine hours, air temperature, dew point, atmospheric pressure, soil moisture, and rainfall.  This weather station works in conjunction with many other different sensors and data sources from Agrisource Data, such as IntelliRoot™ for soil moisture monitoring, IntelliFlood™ sensors for canal and surface water monitoring, as well as satellite, drone and aerial imagery. These combined with the Agrisource Data multi-layer analytics platform provide a complete picture and allow the orchestrated management of water, nutrients and pest management for the agriculture industry.

Agrisource Data CEO, Ben Worley, says of WxTrack ™ Version 2, “Precise knowledge from these weather stations can help drive significant improvements in the crops. Having this data contribute to the analytics and machine learning will help determine the exact water requirements of the client’s specific crops and helping to irrigate more efficiently and effectively.”

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

February 8th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of CanopyTrack™

Atlanta, GA – 1/10/17  Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of CanopyTrack™, a remote, real-time, pollination monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor when it’s time to pollinate their palm oil trees.  This is a new product for Agrisource Data and fits nicely into their portfolio of remote sensors designed specifically for the precision agriculture industry.

This remote sensor is available using any of three (3) different communications protocols:  RPMA, LoRa, or cellular.

The new CanopyTrack™ sensor works in conjunction with the WxTrack™ micro-weather station, satellite and drone imagery, as well as the Agrisource Data multi-layer intelligence and analytics platform for precision monitoring and alerting.

Agrisource Data CEO, Ben Worley, says of  CanopyTrack™, “The introduction of this new sensor continues to round out our portfolio which is designed to work together and give our clients the best opportunity to pollinate their trees without the huge overhead and labor that they have traditionally incurred.”

CanopyTrack™ will launch on January 17, 2017.

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.

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Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC
info@agrisourcedata.com

January 10th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

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