Aaron Ault of the Open Ag Technology and Systems (OATS) Center at Purdue University provides an overview of OATS as well as a more technical look into designing REST API’s with the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA) and Trellis open source Frameworks.
An in-depth look at FarmOS (farmos.org). FarmOS is flexible farm management software which can be used by a wide range of farms, and extendable to most applications. It has modules for specific farm types (like grazing), and specific functionality for groups that require additional detail (like the Vermont Berry Growers Association). Mike Stenta presents on farmOS along with co-developers. He walks through basic functionality of farmOS along with specific descriptions of the API (application programming interface) for other developers or programs wanting to connect, as well as existing work performed so far in 2019 as part of OpenTEAM. For farmOS hosting, you can visit farmier.com to start your own instance.
This installment of the GOAT Webinar Series features Matt Droter, founder of ROS Agriculture, and hosted by Dorn Cox, Ankita Raturi and Juliet Norton.
ROS Agriculture: http://rosagriculture.org/
ROS Slack Channel: http://rosagriculture.slack.com/
ROS on GitHub: https://github.com/ros-agriculture
GOAT Forum: http://forum.goatech.org/
GOAT Chat: https://riot.im/app/#/room/#goatech:matrix.org
This first installment of the GOAT Webinar Series was hosted by Dorn Cox, and featured guest Greg Austic of Our-Sci.