Automation & Robots

Data Driven Agriculture Webinar Series

During the Spring 2021 semester, Purdue Agriculture hosted a weekly webinar series featuring experts in data science and digital agriculture at Purdue University. Each Thursday from February through May, the Data Driven Agriculture webinars explored…


Machines and Robotics

John Evans, assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering, and David Cappelleri, associate professor of mechanical engineering, at Purdue University recently presented as part of the Data Driven Agriculture webinar series. Cappelleri discussed the new…


Tools for Planting Season

There are many posts on a variety of topics related to digital agriculture on our Digital Ag Resources website! Specifically as we head into the spring planting season, we think these might be particularly useful…


Agricultural Apps Listing

By: John Scott, Digital Agriculture Extension Coordinator Mobile applications (apps) can be helpful in many different ways for your farm or agribusiness. From reporting markets to identifying pests, you could say there is an app…


Meet LoRa, Your New Best Friend

Installing sensors on tractors and grain carts allow producers to gather a myriad of data.

In this Digging into the Data Pipeline presentation, we’ll look at how IoT is changing the requirements on wireless networks and how LoRa (long range) can meet those needs – even on your farm. Learn how…


GROW Your Field Knowledge: Introducing a New App

Hand holding phone with app

In this Digging into the Data Pipeline presentation, Andrew Balmos, a data/software engineer at Purdue University introduces a new web-based tool created by the team at the OATS Center that uses open source data to track…


Extend the Power of Your Spreadsheets

In this Digging into the Data Pipeline presentation, Dennis Buckmaster, professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University walks through different Excel features that can help you extend the power of your spreadsheets. Some of…


WHIN-Purdue Agriculture: December 2020 Overview and Updates

The Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN) project, funded by the Lilly Endowment, started in 2018. It is a collaborative work in which the WHIN organization, Purdue University, and Ivy Tech Community College are developing, deploying,…


Excel workshop – hone your skills

Even if you have been an Excel user for years, there are likely features or approaches that could make you excel at Excel even more. This workshop video was prepared for AgGateway’s fall 2020 conference…