John Deere has overhauled its Operations Center software with a new look, feel and navigation to make it easier to use and provide a more consistent user experience.
The established MyOperations App for smartphones and tablets has been renamed Operations Center mobile and pairs with the web version. Both provide users with an all-inclusive farm management tool, according to the company. A further addition is the Work Planner function, which is part of the new AutoSetup system, allowing users to streamline their work set-up and help operators to start working more quickly.
With this, farmers can now preload display information so that operators no longer need to complete this step once they are in the cab.
Users can use the Operations Center to collect and securely store their field, crop and machine data from connected machines for analysis and decision making. To meet constantly changing demands in farming, the improved Operations Center is said to provide more clarity and organisation to farm data management.
To do this, it uses the following features:
- A JDLink connection and the Operations Center to synchronise farm data, saving time and eliminating possible data entry errors
- A Generation 4 display with the Work Planner feature to improve efficiency.
- The Home and Map tabs to help farmers keep an eye on their entire operation to ensure quality and efficiency.
- The new Analyze tab in the Operations Center to collate and analyse data for decision making.
“We know today’s farmers are always on the move, which makes the app version of Operations Center more important than ever,” says Peter Koch, John Deere’s digital technology marketing manager. “That’s why John Deere has improved both web and mobile versions, to make them look more alike and function in a similar manner.”
The improved Operations Center is now live, and new customers can create an account online or download the Operations Center mobile app from the Google Play or Apple App stores. Existing users will automatically receive all updates.
More information is available by visiting John Deere Operations Center