John Deere Operations Center users can now import SmartApply System sprayer data

John Deere announced today that SmartApply® Intelligent Control System users can now seamlessly flow their SmartApply data into the John Deere Operations Center™ to monitor and manage work, and to maximize profits of their farms. This change helps growers easily and efficiently analyze past work, helps guide future business decisions, and can help them document savings realized by using the SmartApply Intelligent Spray Control System, which can be added to and elevate the performance of most any blast sprayer, regardless of make or model.

Manage Operations Center data from anywhere.

Operations Center is an online farm management system growers can use to access their farm information anytime, from anywhere. Tools in Operations Center can be used to analyze, edit and make collaborative decisions from the same set of information to improve yields and reduce input costs.
“From machine performance to field management to data analysis, growers can depend on John Deere precision-ag tools to monitor, manage and maximize their farm operations,” said Greg Christensen, marketing manager for John Deere. “Combined with its complementary suite of mobile apps and the power of live connections such as JDLink™, which is now standard equipment on 5ML and 5EN specialty tractors, Operations Center brings more efficiencies to an operation and helps growers do the best job possible on every pass in every season, while improving profitability.”
In December 2020, John Deere entered into an allied distribution agreement with Smart Guided Systems to sell its SmartApply Intelligent Control System for use with John Deere tractors in high-value crop applications.  
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