Export data formats
Raven Slingshot and Viper Pro 4 – shapefiles
Trimble – shapefiles and Isoxml
John Deere – MyJD Ops Center integrated, see details in our blog post
AGCO – ISOXML and shapefiles
CNH – ISOXML/shapefiles supported:
CNH Voyager 2 or Case Pro 700 – ISOXML
Case IH monitors – firmware version 126.96.36.199 or newer – shapefile compatibility details
Topcon/TAP – shapefile supported
Mueller – ISOXML/Shapefiles supported, details
ISOXML (Claas, Topcon, Dickey John, CNH and others)
AgLeader Monitors – Shapefile support, details
GeoJson – generic vector data format. Is supported by most GIS programs including Esri ArcGis, QGIS. Available for API users
Shapefile – generic vector data format. Is supported by most GIS programs including Esri ArcGis, QGIS
API / Widgets for integration of GeoPard analytics into other systems.
In case you want to export a shape file of your field(s), you can do it via Export Data menu item. Go to Download Files tab.
The selected boundary will be downloaded to your computer as a .shp file in a .zip archive, which you can upload into machinery.
GeoPard allows you to export zones maps from your field(s) with variable rate applications that you can use for precision agriculture.
Click the Export Data menu item. Go to Download Files tab to enter the Export mode.
The selected zones maps will be downloaded to your computer as a .shp file in a .zip archive, which you can upload into machinery.
Customers of GeoPard have an opportunity to export data (Rx VRA prescriptions or other data layers) from GeoPard to John Deere Operations Center.
You can export the datasets via Export Data menu item. Select To MyJohnDeere.
After clicking, you see a message about the result of the operation. Then you should see the result in John Deere Operations Center.