ScoutPro among growing agriculture apps
Tablets and apps have changed the education and field, and it looks like agriculture is joining the trend. ScoutPro has developed several applications that allow growers to identify pests on both corn and soybean plants.
The company has four apps out currently, all available in the Apple App Store, and they all use photo recognition technology. ScoutPro CEO Michael Koenig is a former crop scout and created the company originally as a school project at Iowa State University.
“Photo recognition software is currently being used for facial recognition, and we thought that this technology would be perfect for crop scouting,” Koenig said to Iowa Soybean Review in the January issue.
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