aWhere Developer Community Launched for Agriculture Technology Innovators

Sep 03, 2015

As part of its ongoing commitment to enhance the tools and efficiency of agricultural application developers, aWhere has launched an online developer community portal for precision agriculture product developers.

The Developer Community portal strengthens aWhere's leading agricultural intelligence solution with transparent access to documentation, open source sample code, along with best practice recommendations and tutorials.  Developers integrating with aWhere data services can expect the same quality service and tools that they receive from leading global enterprise API platforms.

Developers can start coding with trial access and receive support from the community forums and aWhere's API support team today. By launching this portal aWhere is providing their customers and agricultural technology innovators resources to expand their weather and agronomic data offerings.  Agricultural platforms deliver this data to empower growers and crop specialists with important planting, crop management and harvesting information for better decision making.

“Providing open trial access to aWhere’s APIs displays the integrity of our commitment to provide meaningful agricultural weather data and insights derived from agronomic models to agriculture solution developers” said Stewart Collis, CTO and Co-Founder of aWhere, who added “It will assist agricultural software designers with the tools to rapidly connect with aWhere's agronomic, meteorological, and technology experts.”

Best in Breed Agricultural Weather Data Combined with Agronomic Models
Weather aWhere is a globally available, cloud-based resource, providing agronomic decision support for large and small holder farmers through the software developed by our customers.  It consists of a global database of daily high-resolution weather data and critical agronomic attributes driven by weather. “By opening this Developer Community portal our customers have easy access to the operational data for enhanced developer productivity and applications that will make a difference to farmers worldwide, every growing season” concluded Jeof Oyster, Senior Product Manager.