October 7, 2022
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AEF Announces Agriculture Interoperability Network Project Team

The Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation Thursday announced the formation of a project team to develop the new Agriculture Interoperability Network. The team will be creating guidelines for data formats to simplify data sharing for end users, growers and operators. The project team is made up of approximately 60 participants from various AEF member companies from different corners of the globe. AEF members will be able to use the network to make sure their data flows through this whole network. AEF Vice Chairman Andrew Olliver says, “The ability to manage the farm more effectively revolves around the ease of getting all of the data into the best location for reporting and analysis, and to derive insights for future operations.” The network will be a concerted and non-discriminatory governed network that streamlines peer–to-peer interfaces between platforms. Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation is scheduled to introduce the network in November 2023.

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