Biodyne-Midwest is an innovative environmental biotechnology company intent on harnessing the power of naturally occurring beneficial microorganisms for use in a variety of environmental applications. Wanting to demonstrate return on investment for their agricultural solutions every way they can, they turn to spatial data and remote sensing to evaluate results.
Farm Credit Mid-America is an agricultural lending cooperative owned and controlled by our customers. They are one of the largest associations within the Farm Credit System. With more than 1,100 employees, they serve nearly 100,000 customers throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Like a growing number of modern agribusiness support firms, they are leveraging place based solutions to support strategic decision-making and better serve their clients.
Beck’s Superior Hybrids is the sixth largest seed company in America and maintains unparalleled relationships with its customers. In support of those customers, Beck’s is promoting precision agriculture and spatial technologies which enable customers to operate more efficiently, reduce inputs, and maximize value. GeoSilos is supporting the vision, design, and implementation of Beck’s Enterprise Precision Agriculture solutions.
Informa Economics is a global leader in food agriculture and agribusiness research and analysis. In late 2013, GeoSilos and Informa Economics partnered in a multi-client study focusing on the exciting new area of Big Data and AgInformatics. The objective of the Informa-GeoSilos study was to better understand the current state and future of AgInformatics and develop concepts and conclusions that will help guide future application of these technologies.
Farm Market iD “harvests the most reliable and richest data, providing the deepest solutions for the U.S. agriculture industry.” GeoSilos supports Farm Market iD’s efforts to expand geospatial data capacity to further enable its data collection, layering, analyzing, visualization, and distribution capabilities as well as hold the potential to deliver value to customers in new and meaningful ways.
Interconnectivity in agriculture is the most important technological issues facing the food and agriculture industry. Cygnus Business Media’s (Now American Farm Bureau) IDEAg group approached GeoSilos to support content development activities; event planning; speaking and moderating support; and consultation as it relates to content, agenda, presenters, etc. at the 2012 IDEAg Interconnectivity Conference and was a keynote speaker at the 2013 event.
GeoSilos also works with organizations like the Farm Foundation Round Table and the Agribusiness Council of Indiana to help clients better understand place based drivers of stakeholder development such as member mapping, demographic and natural resource analyses. For many organizations, map based visualizations are the first step in a better understanding of data assets.