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Machine Monitoring Network
John Deere dealerships are building and refining their Machine Monitoring Network staffed by trained specialists. Using advanced telematics and alert management tools, these specialists remotely track the health of machines in the field, enabling them to respond more efficiently to critical issues.
Here's how it works:
1. Your machines generate diagnostic trouble codes.
2. Those codes flow via JDLinkTM to the dealer Machine Monitoring Center and – along with codes
from thousands of other connected machines – to our central Machine Health Monitoring Center.
3. Your dealer’s local machine monitoring specialists identify potential critical issues.
4. They may utilize remote technology to read and clear codes, record machine performance readings,
and even update software.
All of this equals quick response time, sometimes even before the issues cause downtime. And when technicians do visit the machine, they’re better equipped with the knowledge and parts necessary to make the repair.
Two Support Options
Option One: Complete Monitoring
Hand over all machine monitoring responsibilities to your John Deere dealer, leaving you to focus on the rest of your business.
Option Two: Shared Monitoring
Let your John Deere dealer specialists monitor your fleet in conjunction with your own maintenance team.
Contact your dealer for details
Data from thousands of connected machines flows through John Deere's central Machine Health Monitoring Center, allowing our specialists to identify trends and develop new and improved preventative maintenance and repair protocols. Work here also drives improvements in new product design and updates to current products that benefit all John Deere customers.
So while your dealer focuses on addressing issues that may immediately impact you, the Machine Health Monitoring Center keeps an eye on the big picture. See how.
Data. Analytics. Improvements. Repeat.