Free cloud solution

Bogballe automatically saves your valuable field data in Google Drive™

Create your own application maps

Field data is automatically saved

Securely save your data

  • Easy loading of application maps
  • Automatic data exchange of documentation files for Google Drive
  • No annual subscription
  • Use application maps from e.g. Yara Atfarm, Cropsat etc.
  • Give your consultant direct access to download documentation files directly from the "cloud"
  • In the combination Calibrator Zurf / Totz and Navi App, the entire product range meets the requirements for precision agriculture
  • Why not use a system that you may already know - and then it's Free - Free - Free!

Your field data is valuable!
With a new update Bogballe automates the recording of field data in the popular Navi App. The solution includes a full integration with Google Drive™, which ensures that the log files are stored securely in the "cloud".

Get started with application maps
There are several solutions where it is possible to create application maps e.g. the Yara Atfarm solution where you easily can get started with making your own application maps without having the great PC knowledge. 

Keep track of the documentation
Once the spreading work has been completed it is possible to keep track of the field data that shows the amounts of fertiliser that has been spread in the application zones in the field. Typically, it is not the collection of field data that is the primary when you are busy with working in the field. At that moment it's more about capacity in ha/hour. When it comes to documentation from application maps processed via Bogballe's Navi App, it is easy to collect the data as it happens completely automatically. Once the app is running in the field it collects the data that shows where the fertiliser has been applied. Subsequently the documentation is used to generate a shapefile.

Benefits from precision farming
Is there money in using application maps? There are significant side benefits from using application maps such as the possibility of higher yield output, a more uniform crop quality, less lodging and higher capacity on the combine harwester. Overall, it is therefore a good business to get started with precision farming.

What does it take and how much data can I save  in the cloud?
First of all it requires an update of the Navi App to get the new features. The new update will be released at the end of 2021 and will be possible to install on tablets starting with Android version 10. The amount of data that can be stored on Google Drive is currently 15 GB. That is plenty space to store the field data. As a backup, you can simultaneously save a copy on e.g. a usb key. By doing this, your field data is secure.

Google Drive is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.

Yara Atfarm is one of the solutions where you can easily and simply make your own application maps. With Bogballe's Navi App, you download the application maps directly from Google Drive or via email.
While the spreader is working in the field, it stores the data that later forms the basis of the documentation in the form of "As Applied" shape files.

 

 

A long-lasting solution. Save your field data on Google Drive, then it's always available in connection with inspection visits and can be browsed e.g. via Google Earth Pro, which is also a free program. The section with field data shown represents 6 fields with a total area of approx. 162 ha.

 

 

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