Electronic Consignment

    Agtrix has developed an on-board, touchscreen system enabling harvester operators to automatically update and deliver consignment data to a processing plant.

    SweetNet is an easy, accurate way for harvesters to advise when and where stock is ready for collection. This information can be used to drive the transport scheduling. The on-board computer can be fitted to any farm vehicle, offering tangible benefits for growers, harvesters and processing plants. SweetNet is equipped to:

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    • Enable real-time data exchange between growers, harvesters and processing plants to improve harvest quality and transport efficiency
    • Map yield variations
    • Record activities and operations (eg spraying events)
    • Identify local hazards and harvest management restrictions.
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    Harvest Management Solutions

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    Agtrix is Australia’s leading innovator of software solutions for improved harvest planning and management. Our systems are designed to improve operational efficiency, productivity and product quality.

    Our suite of sophisticated, spatially enabled software tools have been developed to:

    • Enable untrained operators to prepare accurate, timely inventories of crops ready for harvest  More>>
    • Record and report the progress and performance of your harvest using data derived from sophisticated Global Positioning Systems (GPS) or entered manually More>>
    • Minimise down-time at processing plants and storage depots by ensuring efficient product delivery More>>
    • Determine potential yields near the end of season to optimise processing and assist with harvest planning More>>
    • Audit inputs applied to the crop during its growth or previously to the land More>>
    • Analyse the influence of land factors and variety selection on crop performance. More>>

    Discover why Agtrix harvest management solutions are used by more than 85 percent of the Australian sugar industry.

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