[PCA] WEBINAR: OpenTEAM: Open Technology Ecosystem for Agricultural Management (Jan. 15, 2020; 1pm ET)

De Angelis, Patricia patricia_deangelis at fws.gov
Thu Dec 19 16:19:56 CST 2019

Presenter: Dorn Cox PhD, Research Director, Wolfe's Neck Center for
Agriculture & the Environment/OpenTEAM project lead, Freeport, ME

What will you learn?
Participate learn about OpenTEAM field tools, remote sensing, agroecosystem
models and decision support tools. This is a participatory human centered
design approach to improve soil health and adaptive management at the farm
level, as well as research, certification, and ecosystem service markets.
Join this presentation to be introduced to OpenTEAM, or Open Technology
Ecosystem for Agricultural Management. This is a farmer/rancher-driven
project to provide interoperability and site specific decision support to
diverse production systems, scales, and geographies.

OpenTEAM technology includes field-level carbon measurement, digital
management records, remote sensing, predictive analytics, and input and
economic management decision support in a connected suite. OpenTEAM enables
data to be entered once, and used many times while improving access to a
wide array of decision tools and reports. OpenTEAM will also accelerate
scientific understanding of soil health by providing more high-quality data
to researchers collaborating on the project. More than a dozen
organizations have joined to develop, fund, and implement OpenTEAM and will
be highlighted.

*** Please join the session 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar.

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