Month: January 2021

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Visit with Fieldin at an Upcoming Conference

Fieldin will be exhibiting at a number of virtual agriculture conferences to kick off the new year.

Upcoming shows include the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium and World Ag Expo. Both conferences will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 restrictions:

Unified Wine & Grape Symposium is scheduled for Jan. 26-29, 2021.
World Ag Expo is scheduled for Feb. 9-11, 2021.

Unified Wine & Grape Symposium will focus on all aspects of the wine industry, including:

General Sessions on Wildfire and Smoke, State of the Industry, and Diversity and Inclusion
Grape Growing
Business and Operations
Marketing and PR
Spanish Tracks
Virtual Trade Show

Despite moving to a virtual format for the first time this year, the World Ag Expo will showcase:

1,400 exhibitors displaying the latest in farm equipment, communications, and technology.
Free seminars focus on a variety of topics important to producers, farmers, ranchers, and agribusiness professionals.
Live chats, seminar premieres, and other live features will be available during show hours.
Additionally, expo content will also be available on-demand.

At the shows, be sure to visit Fieldin’s booth to chat with our local representatives, ask questions about our smart farm management platform, download case studies, industry benchmarks, and to set up a demo.

Want to set up a time to meet during the conference? Contact us today.

We look forward to seeing you at the shows!

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Company News

Grower Testimonial: How VPS Monitors Vineyard Activity Progress with Fieldin

As the Viticulture Logistics Manager for Vineyard Professional Services, Linda Jaimes needs to be connected to everything going on across their Central Coast vineyard operations.

Fieldin’s Smart Farm Control Center helps Jaimes do just that, giving her a bird’s eye view of spray applications and other cultural practices. Fieldin’s suite of monitoring services for spraying and other mechanized activities connects VPS equipment with each other as well as to managers, owners and other stakeholders.

And that real-time data comes in handy at VPS, which manages over 2,400 acres of vineyards from Monterey to Santa Barbara County.

Posted by Fieldin