Trinity AgTech is launching its digital assistant, Sandy version 2.0, to support farmers in controlling their natural capital. Sandy version 2.0 will now integrate even more closely with your business, ensuring that you can access new farming income streams.
Sandy calculates, evaluates and reports carbon, biodiversity and water stewardship metrics, and is already recognised in the industry as the leading authoritative and independent software for those who manage land.
The engineering team behind Sandy have worked closely with the Trinity Pioneers – the farmers already using the software – to ensure the effortlessness of controlling your natural capital.
New features include more intuitive and easier on-boarding, enhanced road-map development and optimisation. Every step of the way, Sandy will update you on your progress. Self-learning features have also been introduced, co-designed with Trinity Pioneers, to help you optimise Sandy’s powerful software engine.
“Sandy is there to capture skill, digitise your achievements and give you the recognition you deserve. It’s important that a digital assistant works with any farmer, whatever the business size or enterprise, however, you choose to run it,” said Trinity AgTech senior managing director Richard Williamson.
Sandy allows access to vast datasets on aspects such as climate, soils and commodity markets. It aligns the data it draws with the unique features of your farm and the priorities you have for the business. This is how Sandy puts you fully in control, not only of your own natural capital, but of how it can be leveraged to generate carbon credits, biodiversity and water protection co-benefits, and biodiversity tokens, as markets develop.