Vinelytics uses live sensors placed in your vineyard to track temperature, wind speed, relative humidity, solar radiation, rainfall, soil moisture, evapotranspiration and more. All data is collected automatically and presented in intuitive dashboards.
This is the true magic of Vinelytics. We collect all of your weather data and then make real-time recommendations for both spray and irrigation schedules, which once approved, can be auto-assigned to your growers and crews for completion.
Communicating and scheduling crews and labor can be extremely time consuming and difficult at times. With Vinelytics all of your growers can be scheduled for tasks automatically and can be notified via text message and email with just a click.
Filling out paperwork for counties and government agencies is time consuming and prone to error. With Vinelytics all of your regulatory documents are auto-filled and can be downloaded and submitted in a matter of seconds.
Explore and learn more about the features and capabilities of our vineyard software management platform
Define your vineyard in Vinelytics from the Property, Block, Sub-Block, Row and Vine levels. Report measurements and record issues down to the vine itself.
Weather is the conerstone to what you do in your vineyard. Our software uses wireless, quick-to-install weather systems to automatically track your weather.
No more looking in books for how to handle problems in your vineyard. Our software gives you recs for spraying and irrigation schedules automatically.
Work Orders allow you to manually or automatically schedule growers and crews, equipment, materials and track all these expenses down to the penny.
View your vineyard using our built-in spatial maps and identify hotspots in real time as our weather sensors collect information about your properties.
No one wants to fill out county compliance documents or calculate payroll. With Vinelytics, we take care of all your reporting needs with just one click.
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