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Sabanto Announces Compatibility for Deere 5075E Tractors

ITASCA, Ill. — Sabanto, Inc. announces compatibility for John Deere 5075E tractors with Steward, an advanced technology platform that enables tractors to run autonomously. This addition allows owners of John Deere 5075E cab and open operator station tractors to reallocate their time and efforts to other important aspects of their operation.

Automating field operations is a major development in addressing labor challenges throughout the industry, allowing for continuous tractor operations at any time of day or night. Automation will allow the industry to continue moving forward by doing  more with less labor.

“By extending Steward’s compatibility to include John Deere 5075E tractors, we’re enabling more farmers access to the benefits of autonomy,” expressed Craig Rupp, CEO and founder of Sabanto. “This addition is part of our mission to offer a cost-effective solution to farmers that is brand agnostic, simple to use and adds more hours to an operator’s work day.”

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