Integration with MyJohnDeere Ops Center

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GeoPard has announced their integration with the MyJohnDeere Operations Center. MyJohnDeere customers can now seamlessly upload their data into the GeoPard system, where they can do an advanced data analysis, compare information to other data sets, and create detailed Variable Rate Application (VRA) maps for seeding, fertilizing and spraying.

These maps can then be wirelessly sent back to the MyJohnDeere Operations center and subsequently to fleets and machinery via a cloud-to-cloud connection, with no need for a USB stick.
Moreover, GeoPard provides automated synchronization of crop monitoring, detailed topography analytics, machinery and soil scanner data for MyJohnDeere clients.

Agronomists, agribusinesses, precision agriculture specialists, and equipment dealerships can all utilize the GeoPard platform as a means to collate many data sets for optimal analysis. From the John Deere Operations Center, field boundaries, seeding (as-planted) data, as-applied fertilizer maps, as-applied crop protection, tillage data, and yield data can all be imported to GeoPard and cross-analyzed. This integration has simplified the data analysis process for multiple parties and stakeholders by providing them with a smooth-running analytical engine to gain new insights about relevant land parcels and logistics.

“Growers, JohnDeere dealerships, and ag consultants need solutions to get informed data-based decisions. We are proud to collaborate with John Deere to enable GeoPard precision agriculture analytics solutions for John Deere clients via wireless integration with MyJohnDeere portal,” said Dmitry Dementiev, co-founder of GeoPard Agriculture.

This collaboration optimizes all the benefits of precision agriculture to users by making the creation of complex and personalized VRA maps increasingly accessible and simple to navigate and manage. Prescription maps can be sent back to the JD Ops Center and to machinery in a streamlined process that promotes efficiency and accuracy for the VRA of multiple inputs.

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