Thursday, August 5, 2021  •  Episode 43

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Thoroughly scouting large fields for numerous different pests is extremely time consuming, but cutting corners may result in yield losses and long term challenges. Tim Pearson, Regional Sales Manager for Taranis, is our guest for this episode of the FarmBits podcast to discuss how Taranis is providing precision scouting services. Taranis originated in Israel and is now headquartered in Westfield, Indiana. They provide imagery and artificial intelligence services primarily to trusted advisors and retail outlets, and can generally be considered a digital scouting service. In this episode, Tim shares with us how Taranis's technology works, what their approach to scouting is, how it is helping to make scouting operations more efficient, and how their technology may work with other technologies to produce greater benefit. Taranis is quickly gaining popularity and this episode is a great opportunity to look under the hood of a growing service.

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On this episode

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host Zachary Rystrom
host Jackson Stansell
guest Tim Pearson