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For any farmer, managing equipment and employees is one huge balancing act. As a a farm manager you are  constantly analyzing where to place employees and machinery . IoT has proven that Technology can Improve ways of running things From the Traditional farming at we track We have developed Smart farming solutions to save you time, money and recourses. Imagine being able to monitor equipment spread out across the farm, and that would make it very easy to see what is happening at all  places,” We have done continuous research At Wetrackit and we guarantee that you will start seeing significant benefits to the farm’s operation, within a week  especially when it comes to time management and gathering specific data on a machine’s operation – which is critical in a research environment.

You can now monitor in real time where your equipment is running on the farm and we can ensure the equipment and operator is in the correct field,” At Wetrack. “We can also monitor operating speed of the equipment, which is another reassurance that the operator is following instructions for that particular task in that plot or field.”

Another key area is in the servicing of equipment. “We have the system set up to email us when each piece of equipment is due for service,” Wetrackit helps to ensure that your equipment is serviced in a timely manner.”

Wetrackit has created a  powerful solution  that  can offer Farmers a wealth of information at their fingertips, in real time. What producers do with this information can vary from operation to operation, but at its heart is a system that ties in the latest in computer technology with farming equipment to manage manpower and machinery.

“Fleet management programs today provide instant access to machinery, including location and operating statistics so operators can do a better job of managing equipment and employees “It’s real-time data that can impact the bottom line.”

For the operator with four or five combines running over several fields many miles apart, one farm manager can see, in real time, how each machine is operating, get machine parameter information, and find out how the operator is running the equipment, 

And a common misconception is that these programs are only for “big” operators. In fact, the services can show significant benefits for small to medium-sized operators, too. “For these operators, time is of the essence. Reporting flow rate, moisture, fuel usage is instant, so a producer can better manage those inputs, lowering the cost per acre by better managing the assets available.”

At its most basic level, fleet management programs are in essence data collection systems. Depending on the equipment and the telematics available on the machinery, data is constantly collected. This data is then fed into a system that analyzes the information and provides the producer specific information requested.

For service, fleet analysis allows the producer to remain close to his dealer. “We look at these services as a way that we can better support our customers and keep them up and running,” says Jeremy Goebel, aftermarket product and stakeholder manager for John Deere. “We can also use the data to help our customers optimize their equipment to get the most out of it.”

Putting data to work

With advanced diagnostics, service advisories and remote connections, connectivity helps the producer make better decisions, and allows the dealer to remotely access machinery for immediate assistance. And what this data also does is help to develop proactive services to prevent downtime.

The key elements of a fleet management system vary. Implementing these systems depends on exactly what information you want. “The first question that has to be answered is what is your goal of using a fleet management system “For instance, if a harvester is not processing crop, it’s not making money. So a fleet management program can analyze machine data to work toward a consistent harvest output.”

The major component measured is efficiency. Fleet Manager Service factors how the tractor is operating, when it is idle and for how long, and compares these parameters across the entire fleet,” depending on what you are measuring, you can take corrective action.”

Imagine two combines working in the same field. By analyzing the data from each machine, immediate comparisons can be made to determine if each machine is working as efficiently as possible, or if one machine may need some adjustments. “This can be a call to ask the operator to adjust speed, or mentoring the operator and training them on what they need to monitor while in the cab,” Byard says.

Instant view, quick savings

It comes down to a different, and instant, view of just how your farm is operating.

fleet management factors into every aspect of the operation. Managing that data across the entire line of equipment, and jobs…whether it be planting, plowing or harvesting … is another powerful tool that fleet management offers.

“ information on how to best use these resources. The biggest expense may be lost time, because time is something that you simply can’t get back.”

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