Operating a forestry fleet can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to take valuable time out of your day. With John Deere Connected Support, enabled via a JDLink™ telematics connection, you can use a wide array of dealer and factory tools designed to increase your efficiency on the job.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the features of this technology and how it can help you keep close tabs on all of your equipment and operators.

Machine Monitoring Capabilities

With its JDLink telematics connection, John Deere Connected Support is what you need to manage the health of your fleet of forestry equipment. This technology also puts you in a better position to react faster to looming problems on the job and avoid potential disruptions. In turn, you can keep everything running in peak operating conditions, ultimately boosting uptime and productivity.

Remote Diagnosis

With John Deere Connected Support, your dealer is always in the know thanks to remote diagnostics and programming. If a technician needs to take a look at your machine, the individual can ensure that he or she arrives with the right parts to resolve the issue at hand. Machine software can also sometimes be updated remotely, eliminating a visit by a technician.

Machine Monitoring and Expert Alerts

The Machine Health Monitoring Center analyzes data from all of your connected machines. Analysts then identify trends within the data, determine causes, and develop new preventative maintenance tactics and repair protocols called Expert Alerts. These alerts are then deployed to dealers to continuously improve the speed and accuracy of machine-health solutions. This means less downtime for you if a machine needs technical support or routine maintenance. Additionally, your dealer will be in the know about any looming issues before they evolve into costly repairs.

To learn more about John Deere Connected Support, watch the video below!

If you have any questions about the John Deere Connected Support or how it can benefit you and your fleet, you can contact your local John Deere dealer.

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