Get your Machines connected with IsoMatch FarmCentre
Keep track of your machines – location, alerts & data insights
Whether you are a farmer or contractor with a fleet, IsoMatch FarmCentre gives you a complete overview of your business. You can track the movement of your fleet in real time or verify later where your machines have been operating. Keeping track of multiple machines spread over vast areas has never been so easy! Additionally, all alerts and notifications are sent directly to the IsoMatch FarmCentre web application, and the history of alerts is saved. Allowing dealer to access your account for remote support will decrease the risk of downtime and increase your productivity. With IsoMatch FarmCentre, machine performance parameters can be tracked and analysed for optimal performance. Actual information about quantity of pressed bales, fertiliser consumption and more is shown in the application. All this you can check remotely from a computer or even a tablet or smartphone.
Remote task management
To improve efficiency and save time, the farmer or contractor can send tasks to the terminal remotely. Once the work is done operator can send back that same task directly from the field. Exported data on finished tasks can be downloaded, analysed and used for reporting and invoicing purposes, decreasing your admin time.
Create precision farming maps
Within IsoMatch FarmCentre you have the tool MyDataPlant, an application to create accurate prescription maps based on biomass development. Combining current condition of your crop and historical data allows you to improve your farming results by tailoring fertiliser, seed and crop protection maps.
All benefits on a row:
Intuitive interface that is easy to navigate
Stay informed with trustful insights
Every detail is recorded in the system, from alert history to finished tasks
Increased efficiency as less time is spent on administrating tasks
Optimise usage of machine and make decisions based on historical data
With your device, stay fully up to date on what is happening on your farm