Trelleborg and Agricolus are partnering up to launch a new integrated platform to provide digital solutions for smart and sustainable farming. This platform will give farmers additional information to help increase yield and optimise farm management through a website and a mobile app.
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Trelleborg, in partnership with Agricolus, launch their new integrated platform to provide digital solutions for smart and sustainable farming. The unified platform provides farmers with additional key information to help them increase yields and optimize farm management through a website and mobile app.
Combining the advantages of the TLC+ pressure management system and the specialised features and services of the Agricolus platform, farmers can improve the agronomic management of their farms by working more sustainably. Users can take advantage of forecasting models, geo-localised crop scouting and remote satellite sensing to monitor crop health, prevent pests and diseases and reduce variable costs by more than 20% by adopting the right tyre pressure.
Paolo Pompei, President of Trelleborg Wheel Systems, states: “As a company, we are thrilled to lead the future of farming. By creating this new integrated platform with Agricolus, we believe we can inspire more farmers to leverage technological innovations to improve their business. Collaborating with the most promising developers and start-up companies, we can put the smartest digital solutions in farmers’ hands for more sustainable precision farming.”
Andrea Cruciani, CEO of Agricolus, which started its strategic partnership with Trelleborg in 2019 added: “This new integrated digital platform confirms and strengthens the strategic partnership with Trelleborg. Our collaboration is the result of the shared vision of the future of agriculture, where sustainability plays a key role. We want to promote digital transformation in the agricultural sector by providing farmers with easy-to-use, accessible and innovative technologies to support their daily work in the field.”