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CNH Industrial brands add FieldOps management platform

Case IH and New Holland have announced an all-in-one web and mobile farm management platform that can be used in remote areas

Case IH and New Holland have launched the FieldOps web and mobile platform, designed to help farmers manage their operations and fleet.

FieldOps brings real-time monitoring, remote in-cab display viewing and a user interface together in one platform, with both companies saying it will simplify farm management.

With real-time monitoring, users have instant access to agronomic data and machine insights such as precise location, duty status, machine parameters, estimated job completion time and 24-hour history.

Users can also monitor their machine health and quickly spot issues through customised notifications.

“FieldOps was developed by farmers, for farmers,” Case IH global brand president Scott Harris says.

“We worked directly with customers, incorporated their feedback, and developed streamlined processes that make sense for them and the way they work. The resulting platform is intuitive and easy-to-use from beginning to end.”

FieldOps is expected to be released later this year. Image: New Holland

Instead of using multiple apps to manage mixed fleets, the platform will allow farmers to view and monitor their machines all in one place, from their phone or on the web platform.

To include those in remote areas facing connectivity issues, Case IH and New Holland have partnered with satellite communications company Intelsat, ensuring operators can fully utilise FieldOps with reliable internet access – regardless of location.

This collaboration solves a large customer challenge by providing industrial-grade connectivity built for farming, parent company CNH Industrial says.

“Agriculture is changing rapidly, and farmers are increasingly asking us to support them with simple solutions for complex problems,” New Holland brand president Carlo Lambro says.

“Our approach is always putting customers at the centre, and it is our job to help by developing technological products that improve their productivity.”

FieldOps is currently in its final stages of development and testing, with a full release expected later this year.

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