MapShots, Trimble announce integration with Trimble’s Connected Farm

MapShots, Inc. and Trimble have announced a new software integration that allows users of MapShots’ signature AgStudio software platform to read as-applied maps and production data from Trimble’s Connected Farm solution.

Previously, AgStudio software users could only read harvest data from the Connected Farm solution.

Now, subscriptions to AgStudio software can communicate with Trimble field devices and wirelessly transfer field data, as-applied maps and production data from planters, spreaders and sprayers, plus combines for harvest data.

The integration taps into the new Trimble Connected Farm file transfer API, which provides data sharing access with the Connected Farm solution, and offers AgStudio software users more flexibility in importing data from an even wider variety of company systems.

This integration with Trimble’s Connected Farm solution allows customers greater access to information that streamlines production management, MapShots said in a statement.

Whether it's variable rate seeding, variable rate fertility, or managing harvest data, AgStudio software users now can import more valuable information and make decisions based on activities carried out by Trimble guidance and steering systems.

Trimble’s Connected Farm solution combines industry-leading hardware and software to increase efficiency and enable better decision-making. Together, the two companies allow agricultural providers to better manage production data.

Trimble says the integration with MapShots AgStudio software fits into Trimble’s Connected Farm strategy to provide growers a more complete picture of their field activities while allowing them a choice of software tools to analyze data and make production decisions.

www.mapshots.com

www.connectedfarm.com

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