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Presentation of Eric Tielemans of Basfood BV during CAPIGI 2011 in Amsterdam at 5 April 2011.

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  • Look at your crop before you act
  • *<=H@7<95% 178566>85% >:7?5@A% *@@>?7C3<%;67<<5@=% $7@:5@=% +787% D5:>976%@59>;5=% B*1% 23456% 93:;3<5<8=% E7@F5=8%;67<<5@=% ,GH>;:5<8% *<4H=8@A% 25853% B3F5@<:5<8=%Source Data Information Applications End Users Added valueGeneric Specific Knowledge %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Differentiators of #H=><5==%23456%•  Performance & Cost leadership / ha•  Satellite source independent / Multiple sources handling•  Customization facilities I@34H9C3<%•  Quality = Correct, Complete, Current, Customized•  State of the art technologies•  Seamless Zoom•  Easy to upscale worldwide 5/57J%I67K3@:% 2 3•  Accurate quantitative data (kg, m ,m , day)•  Variety of dynamic / static data components enable large variety of applications•  No ground samples needed (short time to conclusion)•  Easy to upscale and downscale•  High frequency updates (days, weeks, etc.) %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%%•  Link to third party data (one-stop-shopping) !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • !"#$"#%&%()*+,%-.#+,,)/+.0+%12$$)./%3+04.&,&/5%6789: % Smart information existing of: •  Multiple parameters •  Multiple spatial scales (zoom) •  Historic time series •  Future predictions %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
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  • •  biomass production (kg/ha)•  CO2 intake (kg/ha)•  leaf area index LAI (m2 leaf/m2 ground)•  vegetation index NDVI • %%1&);#"<+%•  evaporation shortage (mm/week)•  current evaporation (mm/week)•  surplus rain (mm/2 weeks)•  reference evaporation•  Nitrogen content in the top leaf layer (kg/ha)•  Nitrogen content in all leafs (kg/ha)•  Fruit Yield•  Root Yield %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%%•  Dry matter content•  Sugar Yield•  Protein content !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Meter! Average field value! Graph!growth season history available and clickable! Map! measured value per pixel of ! 10 x 10 meter! 2 legenda types! %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
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  • Second week of JuneNormal & fairly even biomass production %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Fourth week of JunePattern deviation appears in biomass production %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Third week of JulyBiomass production already lagging 30% behind %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Second week of August HarvestAffected area yields 7.5 ton/ha. Rest of field yields 9.5 ton/haMissed earnings on this field in 2010 were ! 1500 %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • This field was irrigated 3 times during the 2010 season.At the first irrigation there was no wind and for efficiencyreasons only three irrigation passes were made and the headend of the field was skipped as well. 4% 4@A% ;5@>3 %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% Weekly water balance of the field% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • One week laterBiomass production indicates that one more irrigation pass plusthe head end, should have been given. %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Four weeks laterDespite additional irrigation, the original mistake remains visiblein the Fieldlook maps, but is invisible to the human eye. %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Ten weeks laterWell irrigated parts of the field yielded 64 ton/ha. The poorlyirrigated parts yielded 60 ton/ha.Missed earnings on this field in 2010 were ! 2800 %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • This cornfieldwas manured4 times duringMay and Julyonly to get ridoff manureinventory %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • This cornfield was manured 4 times only to get rid off manureinventory Substantial over fertilization compared to regional average Nitrogen in upper leaf layers Relatively little additional growth compared to regional average What about the Weekly biomass production environment ? %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • The farmer of this onion field claimed 100% hail damage onaugust 10. First observation from graph below shows that it was apoor field to begin with. Full damage ! 20.000 was paid. %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • The map on the right shows that only half the field was fully damaged.Insurance paid ! 10.000 too much %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Fieldlook monitors weekly growth of root yield and sugar andcompares the output with actual regional or national averages. In this field, weekly growth of root yield is slowing down towards the end of October. Consequently this field moves up on the harvest priority list. %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
  • Optimizing harvest planning using Fieldlook information, easilyresults in 1% productivity improvement compared to currentmethods.In the Netherlands this is over 50.000 tons. In this field, weekly growth of root yield is still very strong in September and well above regional average. This field was harvested prematurely. %&%()$*+,)-*./%&%% !!"#$% %%*)0,1-2,)-%2,2(%
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