Precision Cropping Technologies (PCT) recently completed 3 year PA project with SAGIT has developed a "decision tree" for farmers to use which is now available from the below link or from the SAGIT website
It contains fact sheets and explanations of terminology which may be helpful for people at any stage of PA implementation
This is a basic guide for farmers and consultants wanting to set up on-farm trials using precision agriculture (PA) equipment. It contains condensed information on the design, implementation, harvesting and analysis of PA style trials.
The paddock guide has been produced from the Agronomy Jigsaw, a collaboration between SEPWA, GRDC, Precision Agronomics Australia, Dept of Agriculture and Food (WA)>
Wondering how much of a field you track each year? There is an app for that.
This app, designed to be used through a website, will calculate the portion of your field that has had or will have wheel traffic. You can calculate for one operation or a combination of field operations. The result is a pretty accurate picture of how much of a field you travel over in a growing season. The app uses axle widths, implement widths, tire sizes and so on to make the calculation. The app will only get better overtime as feedback is received. Precision Agriculture Australia developed the app with support from SPAA, GRDC, and a host of other interested parties.