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Spensa Technologies Partners With TerrAvion to Provide Aerial Imagery to Customers

As customers of Indiana-based Spensa Technologies, Inc. work with farmers to scout fields, they can now subscribe to receive up-to-date aerial imagery of all of their fields, as well as synthetic maps and analysis throughout the growing season, using TerrAvion’s image delivery platform OverView.

“We have learned that our customers are thinking about how imagery can affect farmers’ bottom line, and they want to see exactly what is happening in the fields,” says Kim Nicholson, vice president of business development for Spensa Technologies. “Through this partnership, we are able to provide our customers with ready-to-use imagery, so they can stay informed during the most critical stages of the season and find and resolve any discrepancies before operations are affected.”

TerrAvion, a California-based start-up, provides tailored subscription packages for each region it operates in and views its service as a way to strip away the complexity of imagery and deliver ready-to-use maps so a grower can spend more time applying his expertise, more powerfully, over a larger area.

“Our aerial imagery serves as a real-time map for agriculture,” explains Robert Morris, CEO and founder of TerrAvion. “OverView allows our customers to make the right decisions, at the right time, and see the positive effects as a result.”

“We are thrilled to partner with TerrAvion, as it shares similar goals and ambitions with Spensa,” adds Nicholson. “Our end goal is to provide our customers with the tools and insights necessary to contribute to the success of farm operations.”

For more information, visit spensatech.com.

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