Video Exclusive: Using Electronic Technology to Monitor, Transfer and Display Data in Real-Time
December 4, 2012
John Nowatzki, agricultural machine systems specialist at North Dakota State University, talks about the use of electronic sensors, both above and on the ground to sense conditions of the field. Technology that's currently available enables users to take the data and transfer it back to devices using cellular technology. Nowatzki makes points on how this information is of use to precision dealers. There is a potential to sell service packages similar to GM's "OnStar" system.
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