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Case IH Is Simplifying Connectivity on Farms

Case IH Is Simplifying Connectivity on Farms

Connecting Older Machinery for Better Farm Management

By Ryan Ridley
Farms.com

Have an older piece of equipment but want precision capabilities? Case IH has a solution. 

Ben Carlisle, precision marketing manager at Case IH, recently talked with Farms.com about the company's efforts to streamline connectivity and integrate older machines into the digital age. 

A key component of these efforts is the retrofit Pro 1200 Guidance kit, which is designed to provide a uniform experience across various machines on a farm, regardless of their age. 

Case IH is offering entry-level telematics programs alongside a comprehensive telematics suite this year. These programs are crafted to ensure even non-Case IH equipment can be added to a farm's AFS Connect account.  

This initiative enables connectivity seamlessly with AFS Connect on Steiger or Magnum machines from 2010 onwards, 40 Series combines or newer, and model year 2017 sprayers (or newer),  

This system allows farmers to transmit essential agronomic and machine data, facilitating better decision-making and efficiency in daily operations. 

This integration capability allows you to manage your entire operation through mobile access, enhancing your ability to make informed decisions on the go. 

The introduction of these technologies is part of Case IH’s broader strategy to provide connectivity solutions that cater to all farm sizes and types, ensuring that even older models of equipment can be part of a digitized and data-driven farming environment. 

Carlisle expressed excitement about the potential to connect an entire fleet, regardless of the equipment's model year or brand. 

Watch the below video to learn more about connectivity offerings from Case IH. 




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