Last year we were talking about how John Deere has really opened up their API’s to allow for quicker collaboration and cooperation with other companies. That has been a big success for the company according to John Deere’s Randy Kasperbauer. I visited with Randy next to this very white genius bar looking display at the InfoAg Conference to learn more. Developers can find lots of good information on a special John Deere website.
John Deere APIs enable your software to:
- Retrieve files that contain yield data, send prescription files, and exchange a wide range of business data with MyJohnDeere.
- Retrieve machine data such as Location, Fuel Usage, Engine Hours, and Distance Traveled using the AEMP industry standard base web services.
- Integrate your Work Order Management System with Deere’s AgLogic™ logistics planning system.
Learn more about developing with Deere in my interview with Randy here: [wpaudio url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/zimmcomm/infoag-15-jd-randy.mp3″ text=”Randy Kasperbauer, John Deere”]
Read about how to get started here.