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Thursday, 19 August 2021 15:55

New Holland updates app

Written by  Staff Reporters

New Holland has announced the first major update of 2021 for the MyPLM Connect Farm desktop platform and mobile app, which includes support for prescriptions, tillage and large square balers, new layer visualisations and machine utilisation maps.

With the latest update to the app, users have access to field information when they select a map from the main map screen and with a few taps, can now view field-specific data, such as activity layers, scouting observations and soil zone data. Field and vehicle-specific data is also more accessible, with complete field and vehicle lists.

Users of large square balers will now be able to view the imported data and display activity layers, while also being able to select the specific bale drop location. Once selected, a pin will show the location of each bale within the field. The user can view individual bales and specific details by clicking on the pin for the given bale. Displayed information for each bale includes wet/dry weight, moisture percentage, density, capacity and flakes per bale.

On the harvesting front, NutriSense, a system that provides detailed agronomic data collected by New Holland CR, CX7 and CX8 combines and FR forage harvesters, is now integrated in the MyPLM Connect portal, allowing users to visualise crop nutrient data, collected by their machines, on an interface in the Connect Farm app. Awarded a silver medal in the digital French SIMA 2021 innovation awards, NutriSense collects detailed crop moisture, starch, crude protein, fibre, ash and crude fat content data.

Visit www.MyNewHolland.com or www.newholland.co.nz

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