We are very proud to announce that FieldNET Advisor™ and Pivot Control Lite have been selected as AE50 award winners for 2018. Presented by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), the award recognizes the year’s most innovative designs in engineering products or systems for the food and agriculture industries.
“It is always a great honor to win an AE50 Award – but, with two awards, we are especially proud, as it demonstrates our team's commitment to furthering FieldNET's leadership in the irrigation technology market," said Reece Andrews, product manager and FieldNET business manager at Lindsay Corporation. “Our team is very pleased with this recognition."
The most awarded solution in the industry, these are just the latest in a long line of honors garnered by the FieldNET platform. This industry-leading technology provides the most comprehensive options to remotely monitor and control all irrigation systems. The platform delivers real-time information so growers can see exactly what their systems are doing and control them quickly and easily from a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
FieldNET Advisor takes the proven technology to the next level – delivering the information growers need to decide precisely when, where and how much to irrigate. A game-changer for growers and the irrigation industry, it is helping growers improve yields while reducing water usage and other input costs.
Pivot Control Lite is making it possible for more growers to take advantage of FieldNET technology. An end-of-pivot mounted controller, it provides growers with a simple, cost-effective option for remote monitoring and control of existing center pivots - delivering many of the advanced irrigation management capabilities that previously were only available with advanced solutions.
“FieldNET Advisor and Pivot Control Lite are the latest examples of how we continue to leadthe way in developing innovative, affordable solutions to help growers produce more with less,” Andrews said.
The AE50 Awards will be presented at the ASABE Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky, on February 13, 2018.