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Helping others find your fields has never been easier with John Deere Mobile Farm Manager's navigation feature. Any field already stored in the Mobile Farm Manager application can be easily selected for
turn-by-turn directions from the user's existing location or a separate location. As long as an operation layer or boundary is available, directions to those fields will be at the user’s disposal.
Mobile Farm Manager is compatible with the GPS in the user's device. Being able to utilize the existing GPS allows users to monitor their physical location in relation to the map that they are reviewing:
With maps and reports saved to a phone or tablet, there is the convenience of having data available at all times, whether there is an Internet connection or not.
Users can define which applied maps and specific reports they would like to save to their phone or tablet, so that only the information important to them is available.
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Enjoy the access to Apex maps and reports on Android platform in addition to iOS®-compatible mobile devices. Broadening access to data from Android-compatible smartphones and tablets in addition to the already existing iPad® and iPhone® devices.
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John Deere Mobile Farm Manager is capable of allowing users to document what they are seeing in the field and where they are seeing it. Using the crop scouting tools, users are able to use the GPS in their mobile devices to link crop scouting events, notes, and pictures to a geospatial location. Information gathered in Mobile Farm Manager can be immediately shared with consultants, partners, and sent to Apex for further review.
Evaluating field locations, intersections, and aerial view is now possible on the go with John Deere Mobile Farm Manager. Quickly and easily view field boundaries overtop an aerial image, which will also indicate its proximity to labeled roads and intersections.
Mobile Farm Manager can define soil grids and track the sample numbers from a phone or tablet. By using a boundary already saved to the device, users can quickly and easily define the parameters in which they would like to pull soil samples. By using the global positioning system (GPS) on the phone or tablet, users can easily see when they have reached new sampling zones and identify from where they took samples.
Mobile Farm Manager also allows either automatically incrementing sample numbers or user-defined sample characters that can be written on the bag so that results from the soil testing lab can be easily associated to the appropriate sampled area. The soil sampling data can be transferred to Apex™ software to review the results.
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