Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Australian Society of Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture

Faculty

Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science

School

School of Computer and Security Science/eAgriculture Research Group

RAS ID

18566

Comments

This article was originally published as: Taechatanasat, P. , & Armstrong, L. (2014). Decision Support System Data for Farmer Decision Making. Proceedings of Asian Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture. (pp. 472-486). Perth, W.A. Australian Society of Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture. Original article available here

Abstract

The capacity of farmers and agricultural scientists to be able to make in-season decisions is dependent on accurate climate, soil and plant data. This paper will provide a review of the types of environmental and crop data that can be collected by sensors which can used for decision support systems (DSS) or be further interrogated for real time data mining and analysis. This paper also presents a review of the data requirements for agricultural decision making by firstly reviewing decision support frameworks and agricultural DSSs, data acquisition, sensors for data acquisition and examples of data incorporation for agricultural DSSs.

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