Equipment Compatibility

A look at the most up-to-date challenges and solutions for precision equipment compatibility, integration and ISOBUS functionality.

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[Podcast] What You Need to Know from Plugfest 2019

In today’s <em>Precision Farming Dealer</em> podcast, we share excerpts from my conversation with Andrew Olliver, marketing and communications leads for AEF who's covering the AEF’s short- and long-term plans for its increasing access to the compatibility database and improvements to its equipment conformance test.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we share excerpts from my conversation with Andrew Olliver, marketing and communications leads for AEF who's 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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3 Takeaways from Plugfest 2019

With continued compatibility progress, the AEF looks to enhance implement functionality and database access.
Engineers with 68 different ISOBUS components — from virtual terminals to a programmable tractor chair — were scattered across nearly 35 tables during the 3-day Agricultural Electronics Foundation (AEF) Plugfest, May 7-9 in Lincoln, Neb.
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Day in the Cab

Strengthening Customer Rapport Cultivates Sales & Service Opportunities

A proactive approach to preparing farmers for peak seasonal needs is the priority of Lanty “Spud” Armstrong, precision farming manager of Ag Technologies in Rochester, Ind.
Life as a precision technician during the winter months may yield fewer calls from distressed customers over the course of a week, but the unpredictable nature of the job can still call for a demanding day with hundreds of miles on the road.
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Compatibility Conversation: Setting Aside Competitive Differences to Achieve Plug & Play Outcomes

Tech engineering veterans trade cautionary tales and share optimism that the transition to high-speed ISOBUS connectivity can improve applied prescriptions, data logging and cost-effective controls on farm machinery.
Taking a break from the rigors of round-robin compatibility testing at the Agricultural Electronics Foundation (AEF) Plugfest in Lincoln, Neb., this spring (also referred to fondly as “speed dating for ag nerds” by one attendee), AGCO software engineer Mike Schmidt and Dave Smart, staff systems engineer for John Deere and team leader for AEF’s high-speed ISOBUS Project, discussed the progression of compatibility over the years through AEF conformance testing, the simplification of equipment connectivity for farmers of all brands and expectations for ag functionality with high-speed ISOBUS network capabilities on the horizon.
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