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Modern agriculture: Cought up in today's requirements

Modern agriculture is faced with the challenge of reacting flexibly to new or changing regulations and guidelines and along with this, providing tailored, modern and long-term agricultural advice. In the process, the flow of data and tasks to be managed is rapidly increasing and, along with this, there is a high demand for process optimisation, not least before the backdrop of shrinking or unchanging amount of personnel resources. With far-reaching and technical process know-how on agricultural administration, long-standing project experience in data integration on the basis of our analysis and reporting software Cadenza, we are able to support you in the long-term in managing your current and future challenges.


Complete control: flexible access to farming aid data

In the division of area-related farming aid, on the one hand, there is the internal administration requirement of having existing funding data available at any time. On the other hand, the authorities in this division need to be in a position to quickly react to queries from third-parties (other authorities, politics). In doing so, it must be guaranteed that queries involving lots of data (for example national calculations on new distance controls) are easily processed.
At all times statements must be available on the quality of data (e.g. before the backdrop of EU checks) and the processing status of the reference system as well as on the effect of emerging changes in regulations or new regulations.

Knowledge management: connecting data, gaining added value

The field of knowledge management is also of central importance for agricultural administration. With its wide range of tasks, it faces the challenge of making existing data sources (and therefore knowledge) from the various specialist divisions available for internal and also external use. Moreover, the various data needs to be collected into a useful specialist context in order to generate additional knowledge.

Process optimisation: seed certification

Seed certification authorities have the main task of checking and certifying the quality of seeds every year..

Agricultural administration with its seed certification authorities has the main task of checking and certifying the quality of seeds. It therefore plays a central role as guarantee for efficient and rich agricultural production. Here it is of great importance that communication, the data exchange between the certification authorities and the players producing the seeds, runs smoothly and disruptions from the media are avoided. The use of mobile data collection technologies, for example in field inspections, is also shifting to the foreground in this context.

Well advised: sustainable plant production and plant conservation advice

Plant protection needs detailed analyses of soil, weather, climate and so much more influencing factors.

Chambers of agriculture and agricultural offices in the division of plant production and plant conservation are faced with many challenges on the basis of regulations (e.g. in connection with the subject of water and resource conservation). For this purpose, various internal data, for example from the promotion of farming and the Agricultural Investigation and Research Institute (LUFEN) are associated with external data, such as water conservation area information, digital ground models, lists of approved pesticides. This enables a well-founded plant production consultation to take place. Not only in the division of cultivation consultation, but also for plant conservation services, it is true that the use of mobile technologies is playing an increasingly important role in terms of process optimisation – regardless of whether on site, collecting, documenting and certifying (for example for the EU) pests or when inspecting.

Emergency food supply: act quickly, secure food

One of the main tasks of the agricultural administration is to secure the food supply in case of emergency.

The division of emergency food supplies (ENV) also provides challenges for agricultural administration. In crisis situations they have to be able to react quickly in order to immediately carry out impact analyses, such as “Which companies with how many animals are effected at what time by an event and which options do I have for a transfer of stock”. The main demands on the ENV are simple access to all relevant information as well as open communication interfaces to all involved parties such as disaster control, technical relief, veterinarians or the food industry.

Targeted information: animal welfare and food safety

Animal welfare, food safety and animal protection: safety for all humans and animals.

In the divisions of animal welfare, food safety and animal protection too, agricultural administration needs to be able to act and provide information in a modern way. It also faces challenges such as having to provide corresponding information to the public (for example when setting up portals for wild animals, portals with information which is relevant for consumer protection). For this purpose internal paths have to be found so that the many required data sources can be connected and specifically evaluated.

With our know-how in the divisions of data interpretation and integration, together with our product Cadenza, we enable agricultural administration to master the upcoming tasks and challenges in a modern and long-term manner. Cadenza stands for independence in format and database, so that you can carry out flexible integrated analyses of attribute data and spatial data using any data source. Use Cadenza to provide just the right data and functionality at each workplace for your employees. Fulfil your internal reporting and controlling obligations using Cadenza and provide the public with the right information. Get going with Cadenza Mobile and optimise your field work processes. Cadenza: Easy. Strong!


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