John Deere improves construction machinery data technology

Vania Goncalves 15 Aug 2016 GLOBAL EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY

John Deere has entered into a partnership with HCSS to enhance its construction machinery data communication and analysis system WorkSight.

The partnership will also focus on the incorporation of Deere’s JDLink machine monitoring system into HCSS’s software.

The partnership was one of the results of the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) working with major machine manufacturers to standardise the telematics data available for integration into other applications, known as the Application Programming Interface (API).

Liz Quinn, John Deere WorkSight product marketing manager, said: “Our partnership with HCSS empowers customers to leverage the existing telematics connection on their John Deere equipment and see their JDLink machine data in the powerful HCSS tool suite in conjunction with other telematic brands.

“In addition, customers will be able to easily link from the HCSS application to the environment when they need to order parts, manuals, or have a closer look at a John Deere machine in the JDLink Dashboard. Seeing all brands of telematics data in one application optimizes a customer’s fleet management decisions and eliminates manual data entry and jumping from one manufacturer’s portal to the next.”

Matthew DiTarando, John Deere customer and IT manager at Comanco Environmental Corporation, said: “We look forward to utilizing the open JDLink Machine Data API and integrating that vital telematics data into our HCSS products. Combining these two into one cohesive system will enable us to thrust our fleet department forward into a future of advanced planning of scheduled maintenance utilizing real-time telematics.”

HCSS has been testing the JDLink Machine Data API, which is scheduled to launch later this year.

WorkSight incorporates five technologies: the JDLink Telematics, Machine Health Prognostics, Remote Diagnostics and ProgrammingPayload Weighing and Grade Control.

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