- Specialty Tractors (75-155 Engine HP)
- Utility Tractors (22.4 - 140 Engine HP)
- Utility Tractor Attachments & Implements
- Home & Workshop Products
The location history functionality within the operations center shows the work progress and routes of the machines in the field. Points are collected based on the movement of the machines, and sent in with JDLink™ call intervals. A rolling 24-hour path is displayed. When clicking on the machine icon a detailed machine flag will reveal additional information on a JDLink Ultimate machine about fuel tank level, machine state, and current speed.
With a valid JDLink subscription, authorized users in the operations center receive:
Location history is available on the following machine platforms: Tractors, sprayers, combines, and
self-propelled forage harvesters (SPFH). Location history is a feature of JDLink and accessible through the MyJohnDeere.com operations center.
The MyJohnDeere.com operations center offers a suite of technology features to help users plan, run, and manage their operations through the entire farming cycle. The operations center provides a quick and descriptive overview of ongoing activities on a map to help users to make fact-based decisions around resource planning, machine productivity, and logistics. MyJohnDeere.com users can check machine location, work progress of the equipment (location history) and, when clicking on the machine icon, a detailed machine flag will reveal additional information such as fuel tank level, machine state, and current speed.
Access to the operations center is possible from any Internet-connected device, including laptop, smartphone, tablet, or desktop.
In the future, the MyJohnDeere.com operations center will deliver a broad array of solutions from John Deere and approved third parties to help producers improve the productivity of their equipment and overall business operation.
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Pursuing the goal of latest data privacy and security, producers need to be in the position of having the full control over their data. Within My Organization, the user has the ability to add staff members and easily adjust the data access rights of their employees. The user can add partners to the system that they would like to share data with on a regular basis. Examples of partnerships are connecting with a dealership to exchange machine performance and management data, or with an agronomic adviser to share field information in order to receive quick decision support in the middle of the season.
Unleash new possibilities with wireless machine connectivity, giving users connectivity at their fingertips. By logging into MyJohnDeere.com, users will have access to the JDLink Web interface, viewing all equipment or one single machine to stay informed about location, engine hours, and maintenance (JDLink Select). With JDLink Ultimate, users also receive current hours, machine performance information, alerts, and much more. This saves time and keeps the operation running at optimal performance.
JDLink Select and JDLink Ultimate utilize a cellular high-gain antenna, ensuring the ability to stay connected in areas that may have limited cellular connectivity.
For additional remote support:
To enable users to make timely and efficient logistics and productivity decisions, MyJohnDeere-Operations Center allows static weather radar image in addition to a 5 day weather forecast to overlay on their assets on the map. In order to see the static weather radar and the 5-day forecast, users will have to toggle the weather icon on the map (see image below).
Weather information shown will be based on the center location of the map. The User can click on current conditions to get the 5 day forecast and change location of weather by zip code or city/state (map automatically centers to the new location when applied). Map/weather information will be automatically updated every 5 minutes.
A. 5-day weather forecast
B. Toggle weather icon to see the static weather radar on the map
C. See current weather condition and wind direction
The agronomic tools, in the MyJohnDeere Operations Center, enables users to evaluate what is happening on their operations at a high level and allows them to dig into the details of each individual field. Any producer with a MyJohnDeere account that has accepted the terms and conditions has access to these agronomic tools from a computer, tablet, or smart phone.
The agronomic tools developed in the MyJohnDeere Operations Center simplifies and reduces efforts for the users to access information with fewer button clicks and delivers a user experience that makes agronomic and machine information easy to use and understand.
For more information, see MyJohnDeere What’s New.