New precision technology updates unveiled at Agrishow 

  • Purposefully designed to be a simplified and streamlined all-in-one operations management solution, Case IH FieldOps empowers owners and operators to manage and visualise their multi-branded fleet at anytime from anywhere

Case IH is unveiling the FieldOps app, a new all-in-one mobile and web solution purposefully designed for farmers to connect, view and manage their operation.  FieldOps provides real-time access to agronomic, machine, and operational data, connecting farmers to their machines, fields, teams and partners and empowering them with actionable insights.

The new FieldOps app comes at a critical time with the exponential growth of connected machines. Driven by the digitisation of agriculture, connected machines allow farmers to access vehicles through the cloud to drive more profitable and productive operations. These also allow dealers additional access to better service machines, minimising downtime and maximising operational efficiency.

There are still, however, severe limitations for those in remote areas of the globe in connecting their machines and operations. Without a mature cellular or terrestrial network for these remote operators to utilise, their options for digitisation and connected fleets are significantly restricted.

Case IH has taken a significant step in enhancing connectivity options for operators worldwide. Through a strategic collaboration with Intelsat, a renowned leader in satellite communications for over 60 years, Case IH is ensuring that operators, regardless of their location, can fully utilise the functionalities of Case IH FieldOps with consistent and reliable internet access.

“At Case IH, we prioritise the seamless integration of precision technology for our customers,” said Marco Lombardi, head of Case IH EMEA. “With Case IH FieldOps, we have created a centralised digital platform that simplifies access to data, enabling operators to make data-driven decisions, ultimately driving operational success.

Key features of Case IH FieldOps include:

Instant access to real-time agronomic data and machine insights, including precise location and duty status, current machine parameters, estimated job completion time, 24-hour history, and more.

Users can proactively monitor machine health and quickly spot high-priority issues while staying informed with customised notifications.  Data can be viewed for any specific field over individual seasons and years, enhancing operational efficiency.

Deeper machine monitoring and easy coordination with operators, including functionality to suggest changes.

Case IH FieldOps centralizes tools from the AFS Connect platform into one streamlined management solution, using data from farm operations, even for those with multi-branded fleets. This makes it easier for farmers to access their field and farm data in one platform. Case IH FieldOps is designed to be simple and understandable for users with any level of experience.

“Case IH FieldOps was developed by farmers, for farmers,” added Lombardi. “We worked directly with customers, incorporated their feedback, and developed streamlined processes that make sense for them and the way they work. The resulting platform is intuitive and easy-to-use from beginning to end.”

The Case IH FieldOps mobile and web app is currently in its final stages of development and testing, with a full release expected later in the year.  Visit for more information, and to be the first to get notified when Case IH FieldOps is officially live.

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