Decipher recognised nationally for industry excellence
Decipher has received industry accolades for the second consecutive year, winning the 2018 Innovation and Commercialisation Award at the recent National Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEA) held in Melbourne.
Decipher, along with Australian technology partner NGIS, also won the J.K Barrie Award for Industry Excellence for their success in redefining precision agriculture.
Decipher Chief Executive Officer Anthony Walker said receiving national recognition for their showcase product, DecipherAg, was an outstanding accomplishment.
“We are passionate about building great products that deliver real value to our customers and this win is great acknowledgement of the innovative and collaborative effort shown by the team,” said Mr Walker.
DecipherAg is a disruptive, cloud-based solution that challenges the traditional methods of farming. By providing information on paddock variability, nutritional constraints, crop growth performance and trends, DecipherAg gives farmers another view of the land to make decisions in order to improve yield, sustainability and profitability.
“Our vision is to accelerate the responsible, sustainable and productive management of earth’s resources to meet the needs of a modern consumer. Focusing on leveraging cutting-edge location-based products, like Google Earth Engine, through our NGIS partnership plays a large role in being able to achieve our vision,” said Mr Walker.
NGIS Director of Services Nathan Eaton said it was appropriate that Decipher was presented the J.K Barrie Award for the winner was chosen at the discretion of the APSEA organising committee and recognises the best project for 2018.
“All of the nominees showcased high-quality, location intelligence achievements across a wide range of industries, so to be selected as the overall winner for Industry Excellence is a wonderful validation for everyone involved with Decipher.
“We are privileged to be a trusted partner and look forward to the continued evolution of Decipher,” he said.
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