One of the challenges that the precision agriculture industry faces is staying ahead of the rapid advancement of technology. It is important to remember the basic principle of precision farming: reduce input cost while maximizing profits through technology.
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Farmers and contractors expect that their machinery, precision farming technologies, and farm management systems are all compatible and work seamlessly.
- Massey Ferguson
- North America
- Precision Agriculture
- South America
Precision farming technologies can support farmers to reduce manual efforts, especially with precise work record data logging and easy data transfer from the vehicle to the office.
Since the launch of the Fuse Technologies platform in 2013, a key goal of the Fuse connected strategy has been to increase and enhance industry partnerships. By taking an open approach to development and partnerships, growers can work with service...
Since the launch of AGCO’s FuseTM Technologies strategy last summer, Fuse has continued to gain traction in global media—from product announcements to new strategic partnerships. Last month, Eric Hansotia, Senior Vice President Global Harvesting and Advanced Technology Solutions (ATS), and...
July 2013 marked the launch of AGCO’s new global precision agriculture initiative, FuseTM Technologies. The Fuse strategy and customer benefits were shared with the world at several key events, involving customers and dealers. AGCO’s Advanced Technology Solutions (ATS) leadership unveiled...
Fuse Technologies Strategy Presented to Massey Ferguson And Valtra Dealers as Part of South America Launch
By Rafael Antonio Costa AGCO’s South American Massey Ferguson and Valtra Dealers gathered recently in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Salvador, Brazil, for a comprehensive look at FuseTM Technologies: AGCO’s global precision farming technology strategy to provide farmers with seamless integration...