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Integrations and how they contribute to exchanging data
Integrations and how they contribute to exchanging data
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Written by Anna Leonova
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Configure the integration of the OneSoil platform with other applications to work with data more conveniently.

Integration with the John Deere Operations Center

This integration facilitates the exchange of field data, operations results, and prescription maps with just a few clicks.

What can be imported into OneSoil:

  • Field boundaries, crops, hybrids, fertilizers, chemicals, and seeds. This data helps you get started quickly in the app.

  • Operations results. These help evaluate completed field operations.

  • Yield maps. These allow you to analyze productivity and trial results in OneSoil's Pro version.

  • AB lines. These let you conduct controlled trials in OneSoil's Pro version.

What can be transferred to the John Deere Operations Center:

  • VRA prescription maps. These can be sent as a file or a Work Plan.

  • VRA prescription maps for controlled trials. They can also be sent as a file or a Work Plan.

The feature for creating prescription maps and trials is available in OneSoil's Pro version.

To set up the integration, follow these three steps:

  1. In Account Settings, select the integration section and click the 'Connect' button.

  2. In the window that opens, enter the login and password for your John Deere Operations Center account.

  3. Allow the OneSoil app access to the data there. Then, select the organizations and fields you want to synchronize. The integration is now connected!

Want to know how to exchange different types of data? We explain how to do that in this article.

We are working on adding integrations with other equipment manufacturers and platforms for exchanging data, such as CNH, Precision Planting, and Agrirouter.

Do you have any ideas about integrations that would help you? Feel free to reach out to us via our support chat or by e-mail at!

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