AgFiniti expands to give growers enhanced data accessibility

Ag Leader Technology's AgFiniti cloud-based platform is expanding to make data more accessible and convenient to use for decision-making. With enhanced tools, growers can effortlessly connect their entire operation with instant access to maps, reports and more, using any mobile device, from anywhere.

Ag Leader displays with an AgFiniti Wi-Fi adapter can sync data wirelessly to AgFiniti for safekeeping and convenient access. Maps are automatically generated within AgFiniti for instant viewing on any device- no desktop mapping software required. Data from third party displays or other precision farming data can also sync to AgFiniti through SMS Software.

Growers can utilize the AgFiniti Mobile app on their iPad to sync information wirelessly with InCommand displays, as well as with their AgFiniti account. Data can be stored locally on the AgFiniti Mobile app allowing for viewing of your maps and reports anywhere, even without an Internet connection.

AgFiniti's Remote Support feature has also been

enhanced to be compatible with most mobile devices, including Android phones and tablets, iPads, iPhones and desktop computers.

"No other data management platform offers this level of convenience and data accessibility across precision ag displays and mobile devices like AgFiniti does. AgFiniti truly puts all of your data and maps at your fingertips, without having to learn desktop software. Having your data with you anywhere is an extremely powerful tool for on-the-go decision-making," comments Al Myers, president of Ag Leader Technology.

These expanded capabilities are available through the new AgFiniti Essentials License (formerly AgFiniti File Transfer License) and AgFiniti Remote Support License. AgFiniti Mobile is a free download from the Apple App store.


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