New Holland FieldOps Enables Fleet Monitoring in Mobile App

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New Holland has unveiled FieldOps, a versatile farm management web and mobile platform available for operators worldwide. It brings real-time monitoring and remote display viewing for equipment.

New Holland FieldOps is designed to simplify a customer’s entire workflow from the moment they connect to their machines all the way through to post-season analysis.

Instead of using multiple apps to manage their mixed fleet, customers will be able to view and monitor all their machines in one place, centralizing tools like New Holland PLM Connect into one platform. This gives customers access to their field and farm data and provides any connected operator the ability to manage their machines from anywhere at any time, via FieldOps’ mobile or web platform.

FieldOps’ key features include real-time machine monitoring — including precise location and duty status —, remote view of in-cab displays for operator support, visualization of agronomic data layers for a specific field over the course of the season and machine health and activity monitoring to quickly spot priority issues.

Bolstering the capabilities of FieldOps is the new collaboration with Intelsat. New Holland and CNH will be the first in the market to make connectivity accessible to more areas that do not have consistent internet access through conventional cellular or terrestrial networks. This collaboration solves a large customer challenge by providing industrial-grade connectivity.

“Agriculture is changing rapidly, and farmers are increasingly asking us to support them with simple solutions for complex problems. Our approach is always putting customers at the center and it is our job to help by developing technological products that improve their productivity”, said Carlo Lambro, brand president at New Holland.

“FieldOps was created thanks to our customers’ feedback, prioritizing simplicity and intuitiveness for the interface. It enables farmers to improve their efficiency and profitability, whether they’re investing in a new fleet or adding automation to their existing machines.”  

The New Holland FieldOps app is currently in its final stages of development and testing.

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