AGCO, NEVONEX to make data management easier for farmers

AGCO, NEVONEX to make data management easier for farmers
NEVONEX won the 2019 Silver Medal at Agritechnica for the development of an open digital ecosystem which enables more efficient processes in agriculture through connectivity and automation of equipment and workflows

DULUTH, GA – AGCO, a global leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of agricultural machinery and solutions, has joined the NEVONEX partner network as part of AGCO’s continued strategy to make it easier for farmers to work seamlessly across their farm.  The partnership to make data management easier for farmers.

NEVONEX won the 2019 Silver Medal at Agritechnica, the world’s leading agricultural equipment trade show, for the development of an open digital ecosystem which enables more efficient processes in agriculture through connectivity and automation of equipment and workflows.

“We are pleased to innovate with NEVONEX, powered by Bosch, as a continuation of our ongoing push to make data management easier for farmers, so they ultimately unlock more value for their operations,” says Seth Crawford, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Precision Ag and Digital for AGCO.

“Our partnership with AGCO is a great benefit for the participants and users of NEVONEX. With AGCO on board, farmers are now enabled to deploy enhanced digital services and functions based on NEVONEX on their existing AGCO farm equipment.” says Andrew Allen, Senior Vice President, Commercial Vehicles and Offroad at Bosch.

Through this NEVONEX collaboration, AGCO joins other leading crop care, seed, Farm Management Information System (FMIS) and precision agriculture companies, including Corteva, MyEasyFarm, Syngenta, Topcon and Xarvio, to offer enhanced digital services on AGCO equipment while making these activities more sustainable through more efficient application of inputs.

The NEVONEX collaboration adds to AGCO’s commitment to helping farmers optimise their farms through seamless technology integration and connectivity. Other collaborations include a strategic partnership with Solinftec in 2019, the launch of the Agro Link task data platform in 2018, the data connection with Climate Corporation’s FieldView in 2017, and in 2016, founding the DKE-Data-Hub initiative together with nine industry partners. AGCO is also a founding member of the Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation, which now has more than 200 member companies.

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