PCT is a solution-based software package that has been developed to help the agronomist and the grower realise the potential of Precision Agriculture.
PCT are a world leading data processing lab, specialising in processing and standardising all forms of spatial data into the one user-friendly software package that can be used for a range of different applications.
Why Choose PCT Agcloud?
What can PCT AgCloud do?
- Data Management – In PCT Explorer you can import data from many sources to build a comprehensive data picture. EM survey data, yield data, drone data, soil test results can be imported to get a clearer picture of what is going on in the field.
- Data Editing – We can use PCT data editor for correction and cleaning of crop datasets. This is a very useful tool for managing overlaps and headlands, correction of distance offsets, balancing out multi-machine data, drift management corrections. This tool is very useful for cleaning yield data. Once the yield data is cleaned you can create within field profit maps and nutrient offtake maps.
- Data Analytics – Build correlation graphs between multiple years of yield and imagery data. Compare different spatial layers identify the correlation between them. Create zone maps, create soil estimate layers from soil sample and soil surveys. Analyse strip trials with more accuracy.
- Create management zones – Using PCT Zone/locate you can create zones from single layers you or you can merge different layers and create zones from multi layers. Use different zones layers to identify high risk areas on farm. Compare zones with yield maps. Save zone to create prescription maps.
- Creating Prescriptions – Using PCT Rx you can create prescription maps and convert them into a shapefile. This is largely used to create variable rate fertiliser maps and from zonal or grid soil sampling.
- Imagery – Using PCT view you can view, you can view all of your fields and any layers you have loaded into these fields. You also have access to satellite imagery throughout the year, some of the imagery options include SVI, NDVI, LAI and cloud cover. This is a very handy tool for crop management throughout the season and it can also be compared to other field layers.