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Engineers from 68 different manufacturers had a variety of components — from virtual terminals to a programmable tractor chair — scattered across nearly 40 tables during the 3-day Agricultural Electronics Foundation (AEF) Plugfest, May 7-9 in Lincoln, Neb.

With a unified goal of improving equipment compatibility, the annual North American event (with a second international Plugfest held each year as well), provides a unique venue for companies across all colors and brands to collectively test, learn and evolve technology.

I had to opportunity to sit down with Andrew Olliver, marketing and communications leads for AEF, during the event to get an update on some of the current and future plans the organization has to improve equipment functionality across brands.

In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we share excerpts from my conversation with Andrew covering the AEF’s short- and long-term plans for its increasing access to the compatibility database and improvements to its equipment conformance test.

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