Bayer had 11 patents in digitalization during Q1 2024. Bayer AG’s patents in Q1 2024 focus on innovative methods and systems for generating irrigation maps and updating agricultural prescriptions. The first patent describes a computer-implemented method where users can draw irrigation boundaries on a map of an agricultural field, with the system appending the shape of the boundary based on user input. The second patent involves updating agricultural prescriptions for a geographic region by analyzing sensor data and operating data from farming equipment, initiating corrective actions when necessary, and executing updated prescriptions to optimize farming operations. GlobalData’s report on Bayer gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Bayer grant share with digitalization as a theme is 63% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Methods for generating soil maps and application prescriptions (Patent ID: US20240062433A1)

The patent filed by Bayer AG describes methods and systems for generating an irrigation map in an agricultural field. The computer-implemented method involves instructing a user to draw an irrigation boundary on a map, receiving user inputs defining the boundary's point and dimension, and appending the shape of the irrigation boundary to the map based on these inputs. The system includes a processing unit and memory with an executable program that configures the unit to perform the method steps, including displaying soil data maps and seed planting prescriptions relative to the irrigation boundary shape.

The method and system allow users to create precise irrigation maps by defining boundaries and dimensions on a map of an agricultural field. By incorporating soil data maps and seed planting prescriptions, users can make informed decisions about seed populations based on different soil types within the irrigation boundary. The system suggests dimensions for the irrigation boundary and can display the map to users via an internet browser, enhancing accessibility and usability for farmers and agricultural professionals looking to optimize irrigation practices.

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