John Deere is sizing the addressable market from its technology offerings to be an incremental $150 billion. The addressable market includes potential savings on herbicides and fertilizers, improved yields and fewer labor expenses.
Both CNH Industrial and John Deere consider their technology stack, the set of technologies stacked together to build an application, central to their companies’ strategies for growth. Today, we’re comparing the two OEMs’ high-level explanations of their tech stacks.
This week's Technology Corner takes a closer look at how Case IH dealer Titan Machinery is partnering with agtech company Augmenta to offer customers a smart and automated variable rate application system.
This week's Technology Corner takes a closer look at how autonomy and digitization play into John Deere’s overall strategy and revenue growth — based on comments from the company’s recent reports and investor calls.
AGCO’s latest sustainability report links the company’s precision agriculture initiatives to progress toward its sustainability goals. The company released its 2021 sustainability report March 30, providing an overview of 2021 precision investments and achievements.
Shortlines Krone and Lemken partnered to create an autonomous machine for forage harvesting and tillage. They’re calling it the Combined Powers autonomous process unit. The machine has a cabless diesel-electric drive unit capable of up to 170 kilowatts or 230 horsepower to pull various implements.
A limited production of John Deere’s debut green-on-green See & Spray Ultimate targeted spraying system will be available for order later this year. The factory-installed system consists of 36 cameras mounted on a 120-foot boom to detect weeds among corn, soybeans and cotton using artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Dwayne Martin, cofounder of Wakarusa Ag Services in Wakarusa, Ind., introduced the Kovaco MiniZ and Elise 900 electric, remote controlled skid steers at the 2022 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky., in February.
Canadian ag tech company Clean Seed Capital aims to revolutionize planting with its SMART Seeder MAX, a 60-row planter described as an inkjet printer for the field. The no-till planter allows the operator to control up to 5 independent products as well as 6 in-ground placement options per row, providing prescription input accuracy on an almost plant-by-plant level.
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In this episode of On the Record, the latest Dealer Sentiments Report shows that dealers inventories of both new and used equipment are improving despite being too low. In the Technology Corner Noah Newman talks with Verdant Robotics plans to scale its fleet. Also in this episode, Titan Machinery reports record results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2023 and Farm Credit Canada forecasts tight machinery inventories well into 2024.