Most growers are using technology and data in ways that many industries do not. Point solutions and device manufacturers have exploded in growth over the past 5 years and we see a lot of unused solutions sitting on the shelf or in a shed.
More importantly, the very devices that were supposed to make you more productive are only taking more of the most precious resource you have- time. Time to be focusing on weather conditions, disease conditions, irrigation and when to fertilize. You don’t want solutions that promise the world and make it MORE difficult to use the data.
The Naviz Analytics approach is to start with the data and investments you have already made and start with a low cost, simple platform that can be extended as you grow your operations. We have developed connectors to all of your leading device and data providers, so we can simply bring your data- from their systems- into your nVino platform so that all of your farming data is in one place. Tracking on 8 different apps on your phone? nVino simplifies that process and brings it all together in one solution so that our real time data platform can analyze and alert you to conditions that require a closer examination. Our goal is simple- to make the insights simple to understand, easy to take action on and powerful in adding new capabilities or reports as needed. 24/7 data monitoring isn’t a new feature- its the basic foundation of what we do.
Once you have your data and platform under control, we work with you to establish the next steps in devices and sensors to fill in the gaps. These are typically low vigor or more disease prone blocks that require more constant monitoring. The nVino platform integrates with all the major device manufacturers and platforms like Ranch, Campbell Scientific, Davis and others. We integrate specific soil moisture sensors like AquaCheck, Syntek and Decagon to provide you with a complete range of solutions.
Then, when the data is working for you- instead of the other way around- you will get the ROI you want and the ability to start saving labor costs, water and irrigation costs and reduce the application of pesticides with early detection.