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Design of Precision Fertilization Management Information System on GPS and GIS Technologies

Abstract : Aimed on the efficiency, energy-saving, yield and pro-environment, the precision agriculture is needed to develop. Presently, the field information quick-acquisition technology has become the important topics in the international precision agriculture research fields, because that still far behind the development of other precision agriculture technologies. The technological innovations focus on the new surveying technology, such as the fast real-time operation, which are helpful for improving sampling densities and accuracy. The author firstly summarized the three aspects development of data acquisition, data processing and management information system based on GPS and GIS of Precision Fertilization Management Information System (PFMIS), then we designed the framework of PFMIS which included the data-acquisition technique on the continuously operating reference stations (CORS), the data-processing methods on intelligence algorithms and Management Information System (MIS) on ArcGIS Engine, in order to satisfy the needs of network publication and query to precision fertilization.
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Zhimin Liu, Weidong Xiong, Xuewei Cao. Design of Precision Fertilization Management Information System on GPS and GIS Technologies. 5th Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture (CCTA), Oct 2011, Beijing, China. pp.268-277, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-27281-3_33⟩. ⟨hal-01351819⟩



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