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John Deere Enhances Its Operations Center

John Deere has unveiled a new software release for its Operations Center. The software, along with new mobile apps, will give farmers a more complete view of their farm operation whether they are on the go or in the office. 

The new tools and features include:

MyOperations App. With this app, farmers can monitor and direct a variety of farm activities by combining current machine and operational information into a mobile-focused experience. Farmers will be able to connect to in-cab displays, evaluate performance during and after fieldwork, and manage field logistics. 

MyAnalyzer App. This app allows farmers to take field analysis to the next level by providing mobile access to documented map layers and from summaries. 

Maintenance Manager and MyMaintenance App. Users can create maintenance plans using factory guidelines or build a custom plan for equipment that has special maintenance needs. Alerts are sent for upcoming maintenance, and you can order parts online from the JDParts shopping cart. Users can also view fleet status and log maintenance when completed with MyMaintenance app.

Field Analyzer Maps: Application and Harvest Speed Maps. Farmers can take advantage of speed maps for field application and harvest to evaluate field performance and its effect on yield.

Field Analyzer Maps: HarvestLab Constituent Maps. Users can monitor acid detergent fiber, neutral detergent fiber, starch, and sugar-content maps for self-propelled forage harvester operations that include HarvestLab measurements to improve decisions on forage utilization.

Competitive Display Compatibility. Data from Ag Leader InCommand 800 and 1200, Raven Viper Pro, Raven Viper 4, and Envizio Pro can be imported into the Operations Center via a USB or John Deere Mobile Data Transfer. 

More Tools page. The list of software solutions for connecting to the open platform is growing rapidly. This page allows users to find more information about how their favorite ag software can connect to and enhance their Operations Center experience.

“We are very excited about this new batch of mobile apps and Operations Center features,” says Scott Brotherton, product marketing manager at John Deere. “An important area of our focus has been on building smarter mobile solutions, and our customers are telling us that the MyOperations and MyAnalyzer apps are truly ‘data made easy.’ Even after just one season of use, some customers say they couldn’t imagine working without these apps.”

The company recommends using JDLink Connect, which seamlessly connects the machine to the cloud and takes the burden of data collection and transmission off of the producer to get the most out of the Operations Center and related apps.

“JDLink Connect rounds out agronomic data with machine data to give a more complete picture of what is happening on the farm,” explains Brotherton. “With this new software release, and future ones, we are proving our dedication to building a world-class, open ag data platform that will fit any producer’s needs, regardless of their brand loyalty or software preferences.”

Contact your local John Deere dealer or visit deere.com to learn more.

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