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PRX Geographic | Services (487 words)
PRX was also involved with Stennis in the development of precision agriculture and crop condition monitoring.
The PRX system concentrates on corn, soybeans, and wheat using proprietary, satellite-based software to study changes in crop production every year, changes in location of demand, and thus how the forces of supply and demand will act on each other to drive changes in commodity price and transportation rates.
The PRX system has also shown that its forecasted flows are critical indicators of cash price differentials across the cornbelt—playing a powerful role in local carryout-to-use ratios, cash basis, and rail rate structures.
Since the PRX is a for-profit venture, we are challenged to come up with a financial model that will be tempting enough for college stations to buy into.
PRX programs of this nature could be downloaded and loaded into the station’s MP3 database for regular airplay, or burned onto a CD (either by the station or by the PRX and mailed to the station).
The students would become the "indepedent producers" that are already working with the PRX, and contribute to the flow of content that is going to all stations, so that the college stations are in effect creating independent producers (see graphic at top of page).
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