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Precision Farm Management Made Easy

Precision Farm Management Made Easy

By Andrew Joseph,

At the sixth annual Great Ontario Yield Tour sponsored by, Luca Gallo, the precision farms sales specialist for Ontario and Quebec with Case IH reviewed his company’s new website and described how it can help farmers get more from their precision farming equipment.

The new website is a Cloud-based web portal designed to be the one-stop shop for owner management of their own precision technology farming equipment. 

A fleet management and data management tool, with just a single, completely free account and username, the website allows users access to the Case IH parts store; the website itself plus an industrial capital site, as well as access to the user’s My Case IH file and AFS Connect. 

AFS Connect is a connectivity solution that utilizes elements of Case IH farming system technology to link a user’s farm, fleet and data. It is available on any Case IH combine or tractor than can be fitted with telematics technology.

The Fleet Management portal allows owners, managers and operators to monitor a machine’s data, including fuel consumption, engine speed, temperatures, hours of use, and even when service is due—all in near-real time, and all available via in-cab display, web portal or an app.

All equipment monitored by My Case IH has its data constantly recorded and analyzed and updated automatically. 

Users can receive customized phone text alerts should the vehicle be found to be operating outside of any pre-determined parameters, such as if the engine rpm is too high—which aids in scheduling maintenance.

Because all data is recorded and sent to the Cloud, real-time data users can analyze a working machine to discover any possible issues. If permission is granted by the user, data can be shared to the machine dealer to quickly resolve any possible issues. Galla pointed out that all data gathered belongs solely to the equipment owner. 

Check out the Case IH website at:, and watch the video below to learn how you can perform your precision technology fleet management at the one-stop website.

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