SPAA is a non-profit and independant membership based group formed in 2002 to promote the development and adoption of precision agriculture (PA) technologies.

The association aims to be the leading advocate for PA in Australia and through this role improve the profitability and sustainability of agricultural production systems via the adoption of PA.

PA management offers many Australian farms the potential for a quantum increase in production efficiency.

Our mission is to facilitate research, extension and the adoption of precision agriculture.

Current SPAA members include those involved in the production of grains, winegrapes and horticultural crops, including growers, consultants, equipment manufacturers, contractors and researchers. SPAA's wide membership base is a reflection of the potential that is offered by PA.

SPAA has an Australia-wide focus and this is achieved by partnering with our organisations and becoming part of national and industry alliances.

For more information or to participate, contact SPAA on 0437 422 000

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SPAA Wins Grower Group Award

Posted 13th April 2016

We are thrilled with the result of being awarded the AgByte Encouragement Award at last week's Ag Excellence Alliance Forum and Awards Night. The award recognises the contributions farming groups make supporting farmers and their members, and the efforts by our team in showing clear direction,...
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Precision Agriculture in Cane

Event Date 2nd June 2016

Precision Agriculture Event for Cane Farmers in the Burdekin   JUNE 2nd @ HOMEHILL, QLD Join us for Breakfast at 7:30AM   Morning Session from 8AM to 12PM Join; Steve Rees National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture NCEA - Sensing weeds using machine vision Bryan Granshaw BMS...
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