Davis EnviroMonitor, Pessl FieldClimate Collaboration Creates Holistic Data Solution

Davis Instruments and Pessl Instruments, two leading global manufacturers of weather stations, data collection hardware, and software for agriculture have partnered to integrate data from Davis Instruments EnviroMonitor platform with Pessl Instruments FieldClimate software, creating the most holistic suite of agriculture sensors and software on the market.

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“We are excited to offer Pessl FieldClimate software to farmers around the world who trust Davis’ VantagePro2 weather stations and EnviroMonitor farm data platform to collect critical weather and other sensor data from their farms. This collaboration allows our customers to choose the best combination of hardware and software wherever they farm,” said Chris Sullivan, President of Davis Instruments.

Davis Instruments EnviroMonitor platform is built on their history of designing and manufacturing high quality, durable, scientific-grade sensor data collection systems, giving farmers cost-effective access to the power of data-driven decisions. Combining that heritage with FieldClimate’s software platform designed for collecting, analyzing, and displaying agronomic, meteorological, soil, and pest data creates a broad range of solutions. The integration with EnviroMonitor gives Davis customers access to the FieldClimate platform and Pessl’s enhanced decision support tools.

“No matter the innovation, cooperation, or other step in the development of the company, we always have this most important goal in mind: how will the farmer benefit? Partnering with Davis and combining 80-plus years of experience in farming solutions, weather data, and analysis, will directly impact farmers, easing the farming processes, saving resources, avoiding costly errors, and earning the most out of their hard work. Pessl has always strived to collaborate where it makes sense for all parties and where there is a clear win, win, win,” explains Gottfried Pessl, CEO and Founder of Pessl Instruments.

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