By Mark Stelford, Premier Crop, and ADAPT Oversight Committee Chair
The ADAPT Oversight Committee has posted a number of new resources this year to help developers get started with AgGateway’s ADAPT. On the ADAPT webpage you’ll find five “Application Notes” to help with implementation. The latest, just posted, is “Getting Started with AgGateway's ADAPT”.
The ADAPT Application Notes document the important concepts related to writing code that utilizes ADAPT data model. They are written from a developer's perspective and are part of the ADAPT minimum viable product.
ADAPT is an open source framework designed with tools to simplify communication between growers, their machines and their partners. If you’d like to get more involved with ADAPT, don’t hesitate to contact the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have two teams –
technical and business – that meet regularly, and all are welcome to join.
December Newsletter Home
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Annual Report: Annual Report and 5-Year Plan: Enable Companies to Increase Efficiency, Agility and Profitability
Grain Traceability: AgGateway Teams Run Successful Grain Traceability Field Trial
Open Source Technologies: AgGateway Participates in Purdue Agriculture’s OATS Center Pre-Launch
Leadership Awards: AgGateway Recognizes Leaders at 2017 Annual Conference
Annual Conference: Thank you Annual Conference Sponsors!
Case Studies: Share a Success Using Our New, Easy Case Study Template!
Precision Ag: New Resources for Implementing the ADAPT Data Model
AGIIS Update: AGIIS Annual Maintenance Calendar of Events
AgGateway Global Network: Busy Days for AgGateway Global Network
In the News: AgGateway in the News