by Jared Wheeler, Assumption, IL
Customers are beginning to bring in planting data off their screens to get maps printed and new setup data ready for fall. If you are a current mapping customer bring in your data when you finish planting and we will get all of your data downloaded. If you are not a current mapping customer then you can contact your local AMS Specialist or check out this link for more details: Sloan Farm Mapping Service
We have started to see the new final tier 4 (FT4) 8R tractors rolling on the lot. They have the new 10” 4600 Gen 4 Command Center which seems a lot larger than the 7″ in previous models. These tractors come with 1 year free JDLink + Remote Display Access so if you get stuck navigating the new screen then we can log in and see what you are seeing and help you out. We will not be able to push any buttons for you, but we can walk you through the steps of using the different features. Remote Display Access can also be used on the GS3 2630. Here’s a picture of the armrest on a new FT4 8295R that arrived in Assumption this week.
2 thoughts on “Sloan’s Mapping Service & Deere 4600 Gen 4 Command Center”
Why don’t all of you John Deere Dealers learn how to really run the Gen 4 monitor so us as customers can use all of its functionality. Noone out there knows the full capability of this monitor.
Thanks for taking the time to comment. I agree the gen 4 home screen is a complete departure from previous screens. We have a team of Deere GPS specialists that have figured out the new gen 4 screen. Let me know if you would like for one of them to give you a call and help you walk through the new settings. Thanks again for the comment and we are going to prepare a how to video on the gen 4 to eliminate some of the confusion on the new home screen so stayed tuned to the blog and our youtube channel.