Ceres Imaging Announces Integration Partnership With Probe Schedule

Published online: Jul 04, 2022 Articles
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Oakland, Calif. Ceres Imaging, the precision farming analytics provider that helps farmers build more profitable and more sustainable operations, announced a new partnership with Probe Schedule, a leading irrigation management company and subsidiary of Wilbur-Ellis.

Probe Schedule and Ceres Imaging are now offering a seamless integration that allows growers to view their Probe Schedule data and Ceres’ aerial imagery side by side making precision farming easier.

Seeing farm sensor data in the context of aerial imagery from Ceres Imaging makes it easier to identify issues and improve uniformity, as well as uncover opportunities to protect farm profits and increase farm sustainability. This integration will also increase grower efficiency by reducing the amount of time spent switching back and forth between different apps.

“Probe Schedule data is more powerful when it can be viewed in the context of the variability of your farm,” Doug Grott, Director of Digital Technology at Wilbur-Ellis, said. “We hope this integration makes it easier for our customers to achieve their management goals,”

This integration builds on the multi-year partnership between Wibur-Ellis and Ceres Imaging. Growers that choose to integrate the two data sources together, will still receive the same excellent service from both Ceres Imaging and Probe Schedule.

“Integrating Probe Schedule with Ceres Imaging is an exciting new stage in our partnership with Wilbur-Ellis,” Ceres Imaging CEO Ashwin Madgavkar, said. “We believe this will improve the grower experience and help protect farm profits,” 

Go here to learn more about the Wilbur-Ellis partnership with Ceres Imaging.