The International Society of Precision Agriculture (ISPA) is a non-profit professional scientific organization. The mission of ISPA is to advance the science of precision agriculture globally.

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13th ICPA Call for Papers

Online abstract submission for the 13th ICPA is now open at

We invite you to submit an abstract for the various conference topics. Abstracts will be reviewed for suitability based on scientific content and clarity. Abstracts meeting these criteria will be accepted for presentation as either oral or poster presentations at the conference. Abstract length must be in the range 300-500 words with no figures, references or tables. Authors of accepted abstracts will be entitled to present their research at the Conference after payment of registration fees. They will also be entitled to submit full papers (more details later) for the Conference Proceedings in February of 2016. Conference Proceedings will be published on the website and will be available after the conference.

The abstract submission process requires creating a secured account on the ISPA website. Establishing an account is free and easy. Please complete the online form at the following website The email address you use will become your account login. All correspondence will be sent to this email, so please verify that it is entered correctly and that your email system will allow mail from the domain. Check your junk mail folder if you do not receive your account information.

Shortly after you click Submit, the online-system will send you an email with a weblink. Clicking that link will activate your account. Once your account is activated you will be able to submit your abstract.

Deadline for submission of abstracts is December 21, 2015. Questions pertaining to abstract submissions should be addressed to



Dr. Ken Sudduth
Conference Chair and President International Society of Precision Agriculture

Food By the Numbers

Some 80 percent of U.S. fruits and vegetables are grown on large farms and trucked hundreds of miles to their final destination. To track a crop's travels, two National Geographic reporters followed a truck filled with strawberries from a central California field to a store near the magazine's headquarters in Washington, D.C....More at National Geographic.

Precision Agriculture now available to members

The Springer journal, Precision Agriculture, is now available to ISPA members through this website. When you login to the website you will see a Members tab at the far right of the navigation tabs. Click on the Members tab to see the menu and select Precision Agriculture journal to be redirected to the Springer site. Once at the site, click on the blue "Browse Volumes & Issues" button to access journal articles. Journal Impact Factor for 2013 is 2.01.


The purposes of ISPA are to:
  • Organize and conduct international conferences related to precision agriculture (PA), such as International Conference on Precision Agriculture, European Conference on Precision Agriculture, and other related conferences.
  • Develop and maintain a web-portal to communicate the latest developments in PA with the world, and maintain a member listserv to communicate among society members.
  • Publish a quarterly ISPA e-newsletter for members and other subscribers.
  • Provide members an opportunity for publication of original scientific research in the society sponsored peer-reviewed journal, Precision Agriculture.


ISPA Events

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Jobs Listing

Remote Sensing/Precision Agriculture Position

IRTA is interested in hiring a postdoctoral researcher in Remote Sensing or Precision Agriculture skills to work in RS applications for irrigation management. Subscribe to IRTA Employment Board i...more