Check out some of the publications and awards related to the apps developed by Austn with its clients and partners.
The World Meteorological Organization has announced the winners of a new Weather Apps Awards competition and its annual Calendar competition at a ceremony highlighting the cutting edge of science and technology and the power and beauty of nature.
The Weather Apps Awards Competition recognizes excellence in ever-improving mobile-based applications, which have become the most widespread way for the public to access and use weather information.
Clyde Fraisse, Jose Henrique Andreis, Thiago Borba, Vinicius Cerbar, Eduardo Gelcer, Willingthon Pavan, Diego Pequeno, Daniel Perondi, Xiaozhen Shen, Caroline Staub, Oxana Uryasev, Ana Paula WagnerUFL
G. Vellidis, V. Liakos, J.H. Andreis, C.D. Perry, W.M. Porter, E.M. Barnes, K.T. Morgan, C. Fraisse, K.W. MigliaccioUGA UFL
José Henrique Andreis, Felipe Borella, Willingthon Pavan, Carlos A. Hölbig, Cláudia Vieira Godoy, Jaqson Dalbosco, José Maurício FernandesEmbrapa Soja
Kati W. Migliaccio, Kelly T. Morgan, George Vellidis, Lincoln Zotarelli, Clyde Fraisse, Brendan A. Zurweller, Jose H. Andreis, Jonathan H. Crane, Diane L. RowlandUGA UFL
Clyde W. Fraisse, Natalia Peres, and José Henrique AndreisUFL FSGA AgroClimate
George Vellidis, Vasilis Liakos, Calvin Perry, Mike Tucker, Guy Collins, John Snider, Jose Andreis, Kati Migliaccio, Clyde Fraisse, Kelly Morgan, Diane Rowland, Ed BarnesUGA UFL
Dorota Haman, chairman of UF/IFAS’ Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, has been elected a 2014 fellow by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers and was inducted at the society’s annual meeting last week.
ASABE defines a fellow as a member of unusual professional distinction, with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in, or related to, the field of agricultural, food, or biological systems engineering. They have a minimum of 20 years of active practice in or related to engineering and at least 20 years as an active ASABE member.
New app released April 16 designed to help cotton farmers manage water and irrigation needs of their crop in Georgia and Florida.
George Vellidis, a scientist with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and an expert in precision agriculture and water resources management, developed the app to help cotton growers irrigate their crops based on local conditions.