Maximize your field productivity and optimize the use of inputs with Auravant.

With a focus on the planting season, during the third quarter we launched new features that help our users make better data-driven decisions, provide better advisory services to their clients, and carry out a more orderly management of their activities.

We share our most outstanding features:

Optimize the management of your input stocks in a simple and efficient way.

Save time, money, and resources by associating your inputs with your sowing, application, and harvesting activities, while guaranteeing the traceability of your agricultural products.

Boost your advisory services and retain customers with the delivery of comprehensive reports on the samplings carried out in the field.

With this new extension, you can get automatic reports of points and maps of samplings carried out in the field, as well as application recommendations and management strategies for your clients.

Modify the shape of your lots according to your needs.

We know that each planting season is different from the next and the management decisions for each lot differ from one year to the next.

That’s why you can now modify the geometries of the lots by planting season, keeping the information generated in previous planting seasons without losing it and being able to return to it as many times as you want.

Evaluate the environmental impact of your pesticide applications.

With sustainability as our north, Auravant added a new index that will allow you to measure the environmental impact per hectare of your input applications.

Through the EIQ index, evaluate which agronomic recipe generates less environmental impact and produce in a more sustainable way.

Analyze the performance of your crops in more than one lot at a time.

We updated the “Crop Status” tool so you can visualize the evolution of your crops in more than one lot at a time and in the time period you want.

In addition, we added a filter by crop and the possibility of observing the accumulated precipitation so you can analyze and compare their development between years, planting seasons, and crops.

Layer merging.

Did you harvest the same lot with two harvesters? Did your sprayer break down and you had to stop the application? Now you can link different clippings of separate layers and generate a single layer of information.