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CNH, The Climate Corporation Announce Licensing Agreement for Precision Planting Technology

05/08/2014 @ 11:16am

CNH and The Climate Corporation have entered into a nonexclusive agreement to integrate select Precision Planting technology to optimize planting performance on CNH planters, including the Case IH Early Riser.


"This agreement will allow CNH Industrial to provide producers the next level of customization and seed delivery technology in the market,” says Dave Larson, CNH Industrial vice president agricultural equipment portfolio strategy. “It will allow us not only to pair the technologies and services of our companies, but to evolve them together to deliver significant improvements in planting efficiency and yield.”


“We’re proud to be partnering with CNH Industrial to provide farmers with industry-leading precision equipment that will enable them to more efficiently manage their operations and increase their yield,” says David Friedberg, CEO of The Climate Corporation. “As farmers explore new digital tools to better inform the multiple decisions they make each year, this collaboration will make it simpler for them to use the most effective decision support tools on the CNH equipment of their choice.” 


Both companies will continue to follow the principles of the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA), an open standards software project working to ensure farmers have full data access and that different agriculture platforms share common security and privacy standards. The central guiding principle of OADA is that each farmer owns data generated or entered by farmers, their employees, or by machines performing activities on their operations. 

 

Learn more at cnhindustrial.com or climate.com.


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