211 Symposium--Going from Big Data to Agronomic Decisions

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
Because data will drive productivity, farmers will be better equipped if data collected from their farms and fields can be used for real-time decision making. The symposium will address aspects such as: steps required to transform data into usable information, current limitations and gaps for converting data into actions, how agriculture is stepping into the big data revolution, current efforts made towards the big data revolution era.

Sponsored by John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group

Approved for 2.5 CM CEUs.



Precision Agriculture Systems Community

Agronomic Production Systems
Biometry and Statistical Computing

Agroclimatology and Agronomic Modeling Community
Crop Management Professionals Community

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 8:55 AM-11:30 AM
Minneapolis Convention Center, 103 A

Brenda V. Ortiz and John Shanahan
Bruce J. Erickson
8:55 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:00 AM
Big Data in Ag: Introduction, Context and Overview (Dr. Bruce Erickson)
10:00 AM
Questions and Facilitated Discussion
10:10 AM
10:20 AM
Public-Private Examples of Sensor Networks in Australian Agriculture.
Dave Henry, CSIRO; Philip J. Smethurst, CSIRO
10:40 AM
Developing Decision Support Tools at the Climate Corporation.
Moorea Brega, The Climate Corporation; John B. Gates, The Climate Corporation
11:00 AM
Big Data in Precision Agriculture.
Nadilia Gomez Raboteaux, DuPont Pioneer
11:20 AM
Questions and Facilitated Discussion
11:30 AM