FIELD MONITORING SYSTEM
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A Web-based Field Monitoring System (FMS) has been developed by ICAR-Indian Institute of Soybean Research, Indore to strengthen the current manual system of All India Coordinated Research Projects (AICRPs) trial monitoring using the potential of Information Technology. This system is a user-friendly tool for continuous monitoring of AICRPS trials at every crop stage. The monitoring is made more effective by getting the field and plant information in the form of pictures, videos, text information on different aspects of field conditions and other related information. The system facilitates the retrieval of crop information - trial-wise, discipline-wise, location-wise, date-wise, variety-wise etc. Data entry system automatically compiles huge data, saving lot of manpower and time used in compilation of data. It has feature for AICRPS in-charges to take Geo-tagged photos and videos of their fields and plants of different trials at different locations from their smart phones and upload it into the FMS along with other related information about their trials. The preliminary version of FMS is available on institute website http://iisrindore.icar.gov.in. The system can be used for remote monitoring of Front Line Demonstrations and AICRP trials of any crop. The system will also help Varietal Identification Committee (VIC) to see the varietal performance in the fields over the years. The FMS developed is extremely useful in the current pandemic situation due to Covid-19, crop monitoring can be done with ease and effectively leading to a transparent system and making information available to all.
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Field Monitoring tool will enable collection of multimedia data ICAR fields all over India for remote monitoring



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 Designed & Developed by Dr Savita Kolhe, Principal Scientist(Computer Application)
Technical Guidance by Dr Anita Rani, Principal Scientist(Plant Beeding)