The chapter presents an approach for collecting and identifying the daily rounds of agronomists working in the field for a farming products company. Besides recognizing their daily movements, the approach enables the collection of data about the shape and size of land parcels belonging to the company’s clients. The work developed involved the design of spatial movement patterns for data collection through GPS logs, with minimal disruption of the agronomists’ activities. The extracting of these patterns involved place and activity extraction, with specific algorithms proposed for marking and unmarking exploration parcels. These algorithms were evaluated by field testing with very positive results.
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