The integration between Auravant and Case IH provides essential information to producers for more efficient decision-making, reducing input costs, and achieving higher yields.
By synchronizing your Auravant account with Case IH’s digital platform “AFS Connect,” users can export configuration and prescription maps created in Auravant and import boundaries drawn in their platform with task maps.
Here is a step-by-step explanation of how to use the My Case IH extension in Auravant:
- Enable the “My Case IH” extension in the Marketplace.
- To access your “AFS Connect” account from Auravant, you need to enter your username and password.
- After logging in, you will need to select a user to operate within Case IH.
The extension has two modes: “Case IH” and “Auravant.” In each mode, you can perform operations based on the information available in each platform. For example, in “Auravant” mode, you can perform operations involving Auravant data.
This switch allows for easy switching between modes.
Case IH Mode:
Within Case IH mode, you will have access to the list of lots created in the AFS Connect platform. There, you can synchronize one platform with the other by importing the boundary and its task list into Auravant.
In the lot list, you can view the field and lot names, and to the right of each entry, you’ll find all available action options.
The first option is an indicator of the synchronization status of the lot and its maps. If the synchronization has never been performed or is incomplete, the second option allows you to synchronize the lot by importing it from the AFS Connect platform to Auravant.
Finally, the third option allows you to view the tasks that have been loaded in the AFS Connect platform for this particular lot.
In Auravant mode, you will have a list of all configuration and prescription maps created in Auravant that can be exported to AFS Connect.
When exporting a map, if it is successfully sent, the red indicator will turn green, and a success modal will notify you that the map was exported correctly.