When does the data get into SWAN?
Data is collected from a range of sources and uploaded into
SWAN on a regular basis. The frequency depends on the type of data, and how
often SWAN has been asked to collect the data. Forecast weather data is
collected twice a day, once early in the morning, and again later in the
afternoon. Other data, such as NDVI data, is collected on a daily basis. Data
from soil moisture probes are usually collected every 4 or 6 hours. For advice
on the frequency that applies to your situation, please get in touch with us,
or your local SWAN Systems dealer.
Why should I believe what SWAN recommends?
SWAN Systems operates utilising scientifically proven algorithms backed up by many years farming and consulting to irrigation industries such as horticulture. Now that it is available as a SaaS solution, anyone with a subscription can get the ...
I’m a dry land farmer, can SWAN help me?
We certainly can. SWAN Systems is more than just about scheduling irrigation. The Site Health feature shows the health of your paddocks based on the latest NDVI satellite data. SWAN Systems can also help you plan and manage your fertiliser ...
Why doesn’t SWAN schedule from actual soil moisture probes?
Soil moisture probes (SMP) are valuable tools to monitor your soil moisture status, however their accuracy can vary and is dependent on many factors. Because of this SWAN does not include SMP data to generate an irrigation schedule. The factors that ...
SWAN has been updated...how do I clear Chrome's cached images and files?
After each SWAN Systems software update you will need to clear your browser of cached images and files, otherwise you will not be able to see the latest features. To do this, please follow these steps. Copy and paste the following URL into a Chrome ...
I use greenhouses, can SWAN help me?
There is no reason why you cannot use SWAN Systems in a greenhouse but generally greenhouse operations use software designed specifically for greenhouses.