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AGCO Customers Gain Access to Climate FieldView Platform

AGCO Corporation has entered into a new digital partnership with The Climate Corporation, which will provide AGCO customers with the option to connect with Climate’s FieldView platform. The offering will be a part of AGCO’s Fuse technologies and its open approach to ag, which focuses on helping farmers optimize their operations through seamless technology integration and connectivity.

“AGCO is excited to work with The Climate Corporation to give our customers yet another choice for precision ag solutions,” says Chris Rhodes, director of Fuse Business Development. “The Climate FieldView platform is the world’s most broadly connected and adopted farm insight and visualization platform, and AGCO is pleased to be creating a tighter connection to it.”

Beginning in late 2017, AGCO customers will be able to connect to the FieldView platform through FieldView Drive, AGCO’s Precision Planting 20/20 SeedSense display, or through application program interfaces (APIs). This connection will provide farmers with real-time visualization of farm data from as-planted maps to yield maps as well as access to a well-established digital ag platform where customers can compare data and make agronomic decisions for the following season.

In 2018, certain AGCO machines will be FieldView-ready direct from the factory. 

For more information about this and other precision agriculture offerings from AGCO, visit AGCOcorp.com/Fuse. To learn more about the Climate FieldView platform, visit climate.com.

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