OVERLAND PARK, KS (PRWEB) October 21, 2016
Farmobile, the farm data company, today announced follow-on funding provided by Anterra Capital and existing investors. The funding will be used to build additional functionality and further scalability of the company’s hardware device, the PUC (Passive Uplink Connection), an internet-connected device that helps farmers collect, store, and share complete data sets from their fields, regardless of machine type or format.
After three years of engineering and testing the Farmobile platform, the company has built its next generation of hardware and software capabilities. Specifically, Farmobile is using the funding to roll out PUCv4, the newest version of its hardware device, and other innovative features, including universal file transfer.
File transfer will provide farmers the ability to remotely move prescription files and A-B lines across multiple machines as well as from the desktop to the cab and back. Traditionally, users had to physically move files in and out of the cab on a thumbdrive. The file transfer capability – part of Farmobile’s data collection technology – will enhance the digital connection between farmers and their local advisors.
“To grow our leading market position in farm data, we are rolling out the next generation of hardware and software. We've worked directly with farmers and their trusted advisors for three years, rapidly iterating our hardware and software based on their feedback and pain points,” said Jason Tatge, CEO of Farmobile. “We are bringing our latest capabilities to the market to deliver the absolute best data services available."
Farmobile specializes in the seamless collection, storage and processing of data from farmers’ machines using an easy-to-install, pre-configured PUC device. The company gives farmers independent and transparent ownership of their data with no hidden terms.
To learn more about Farmobile, please visit: http://www.farmobile.com.
Farmobile is the farm data company. We help farmers own their data outright.
Our products and services are used to collect, store, touch, share and sell valuable agronomic and machine data to vetted third parties. After all, data is among the most valuable commodities a farm produces. Farmobile is proudly based in Overland Park, Kansas, in the heart of the Midwest.
The most resilient farmers in the world use Farmobile. Secure your data in one place today at http://www.farmobile.com.