John Deere’s leading precision ag technology solutions for arable farmers and contractors will be featured on stand 525 at Cereals 2021, alongside the latest new products. Among these, and making their event debut, are the 7R 350 and award-winning 8RX four-track tractors, while the R740i trailed sprayer and Mazzotti MAF 4080 self-propelled sprayer can be seen in the Sprays & Sprayers demonstration arena.
Also new at Cereals 2021, the flagship X9 combine represents the next level of John Deere harvesting performance to help large-scale farmers achieve more tonnes per hour and more hectares per day, specifically in tough, high yielding, wet conditions. The X9 1100 can harvest wheat at an impressive 100 tonnes per hour at less than one per cent grain loss.
Especially now, John Deere and its dealer network see the future of farming in connectivity that makes the most of machine, field and agronomy data in the decision-making process and provides full control of the production chain. The company is pioneering the use of such data based around the MyJohnDeere.com website portal and a range of connected machines and systems, supported by expert dealers, to provide increased uptime, higher performance and reduced operating costs.
Investment in a premium connectivity package can provide average savings of over £57/ha from increased productivity and machine efficiency, consistent accuracy, less wear and tear on equipment and typical fuel savings of 10 to 15 per cent, as highlighted by the expanded Fuel Guarantee programme.
The John Deere Operations Centre in MyJohnDeere.com serves as the central online location for users to safely and securely connect to their machines and fields. Additional support is available from third-party implement manufacturers, input suppliers, software companies and service providers such as crop advisors and other specialist consultants.
Connected to satellites with AutoTrac and intelligent Total Equipment Control, customers benefit from automatic guidance and fully hands free steering systems; connected to implements with ISOBUS and Tractor Implement Automation, both machine performance and operator comfort can be enhanced; connected through the mobile phone network to JDLink telematics solutions, users can improve their overall business performance.
Remote Display Access (RDA), Wireless Data Transfer (WDT) and Mobile Data Transfer (MDT) are also available to connect all-makes machines and ISOBUS implements to the customer’s personalised Operations Centre. With the customer’s approval, John Deere dealers can remotely connect to machines to update software, access diagnostic codes and perform troubleshooting.
Using RDA, farm managers, experienced operators, the local John Deere dealer or even an implement manufacturer can provide remote operator support to optimise machine and/or implement set-up and help with any operator queries. WDT allows two-way exchange of set-up files, prescription maps and documentation data between the office and the machine in the field. It automates data transfer and reduces the risk of losing information.
In addition, with the newly simplified, free of charge Operations Centre mobile and web versions users can view, manage and analyse all their operations from any location.
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John Deere’s leading precision ag technology solutions for arable farmers and contractors will be featured on the company’s stand (525) at Cereals 2021 on June 30 and July 1, alongside its latest new ...