Delair and Geosys have entered into a strategic partnership aimed at expanding the options for gathering and analysing data for enhanced crop inputs placement, seed production and crop monitoring practices.
The partnership will deliver a single analytics platform with seamless integration of high-value drone and satellite data to better meet the needs of today’s precision agriculture users.
Initially, the two companies will offer an integrated solution to help ag professionals with variable rate fertilization management.
France will be the first market to benefit from the enhanced service through the Cerelia platform – a precision agriculture platform offered by Geosys in France to more than 40 coops and Ag services providers.
As part of the announcement, the companies confirmed that Delair’s fixed-wing UX11 Ag drone will be used.
Matthieu Hyrien, vice president of business development at Geosys, commented: “Today’s precision agriculture practices require comprehensive and accurate data from which meaningful insights can be derived.”
Adding: “The combination of Delair’s flexible and high-performance visual intelligence platform with our powerful analysis and decision support tools can have a significant impact on the performance and profitability of agriculture operations.”