CNH Industrial & Razor Unite for Smarter Farm Tracking

In a move set to streamline farm management and operational efficiency, CNH Industrial has teamed up with Razor Tracking to offer an integrated system that allows Case IH and New Holland customers to monitor their equipment and support vehicles on a unified platform. This collaboration signifies a leap forward in precision agriculture, combining the strengths of CNH’s AFS Connect and MyPLMConnect with Razor Tracking’s advanced telematics.

“This is all about making things easier for our customers,” emphasized Dan Danford, Precision Technology Partner Manager from CNH. By integrating Razor Tracking devices with CNH’s platforms, farmers can now view their Case IH and New Holland vehicles alongside other tracked assets, simplifying the complex demands of modern farm management.

The integration allows for comprehensive monitoring of equipment, service vehicles, and non-powered assets from either the Razor Tracking platform or the CNH platforms. Beyond basic GPS location tracking, Razor Tracking devices provide a wealth of data including vehicle VIN, fuel levels, operational hours, engine status, location history, heading, and speed.

Eric Mauch, Managing Partner of Razor Tracking, expressed pride in the partnership, stating, “We are proud to be the preferred provider of a complete solution for CNH. Our devices are the perfect complement to any operation with CNH equipment.” This partnership underscores Razor Tracking’s commitment to offering a user-friendly telematics system that integrates seamlessly with existing agricultural technologies.

Razor Tracking has significantly expanded its capabilities in recent years, aiming to provide an open data platform that partners and resellers can easily embed into their systems. Since 2019, the company has focused on creating a versatile product that enhances operational transparency and efficiency.

For farmers and agricultural managers, this integration means less time spent juggling multiple platforms and more time focusing on productivity and crop management. The ability to access a unified view of all tracked assets can lead to more informed decision-making, optimized resource allocation, and ultimately, improved farm performance.

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