Trimble Agriculture has signed on to the nPhase ONE developer program to utilize the Verizon Wireless mobile broadband network for its Trimble Connected Farm deployment strategy. nPhase is a joint venture between Qualcomm and Verizon, providing advanced machine to machine (M2M) cloud platform services.

The nPhase ONE M2M development platform enables Trimble to integrate advanced M2M management capabilities into its back-office systems and applications as well as customer systems where and when required by using Unified Web Services APIs engineered to work across Verizon and Vodafone mobile broadband networks.

The Trimble Connected Farm solution enables wireless connections to optimize farming operations. Farmers can see where their assets are and make more informed decisions for time sensitive field operations like planting, pest management, and harvest, send jobs from their computer to the cab of machines, and automatically archive records in the back office for record keeping and billing.

The Trimble DCM-300C modem is a Verizon certified communications device that can simultaneously measure and report machine telemetry, wirelessly sync precision Ag data like prescriptions to the office, and deliver high-accuracy sub-inch GPS corrections for guidance and machine control. The DCM-300C can be mounted on any machine with a power source to track and report machine movement.

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