Decisions & Practice Change

As identified as part of the value proposition exercise, several potential management and practice change concepts would have presented themselves for you and your business. The ability to change daily routines is a major contribution arising from the use of digital technology.

Basic examples include reducing the number of water inspections required thanks to water sensors on troughs and tanks. This  allows that labour to allocated to alternative tasks.

Similarly monitoring water use in crops or plantations via soil probes without having to visually inspect situations as often can provide a similar change.

Management decisions are also able to be developed following analysis of data and output from digital tech solutions. The ability to deep dive into data can provide real insights to production outcomes. Equally as important is the ability gained from data to highlight the opportunities ahead.

When groups of sensor data are grouped an even more powerful outcome and understanding becomes apparent.