John Deere has announced the availability of a new software release for its Operations Center platform. With the update, users will now have new tools and features to better collect farm information and collaborate with their partners.
The release may be able to help producers increase profits and direct their operations with more precision.
Some of the new features include the MyOperations™ app, MyAnalyzer™ app, MyMaintenance app and field analyzer maps. Data collected from other systems can also be imported into the Operations Center via USB or John Deere Mobile Data Transfer.
"We are very excited about this new batch of mobile apps and Operations Center features," said 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."
To make the most out of the John Deere Operations Center platform and its update, John Deere recommends using JDLink™ Connect. This connects machines to the cloud to streamline data collection and transmission.
"JDLink Connect rounds out agronomic data with machine data to give a more complete picture of what is happening on the farm," Brotherton continued.